In this behind-the-paper interview, Benjamin Miller (i-sense EPSRC IRC, University College London; UCL, London, UK) discusses recent, proof-of-concept research he was involved in, utilizing fluorescent nanodiamonds to improve the sensitivity of paper-based, lateral flow diagnostic tests, which could potentially enable earlier detection of viruses including HIV. Read the full research paper here >>> Please can you introduce yourself and give a short summary of your research career to date? I am a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the EPSRC-funded i-sense collaboration at UCL. My training was in engineering, during which I was fascinated by the physics of the small-scale and also...
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