Metrohm Autolab and DropSens are supporting the IGEM 2014 team TU Delft-Leiden, a team composed by 13 students from three Dutch universities (TU Delft, Leiden and Rotterdam). The multi-national team consists of students with diverse range of backgrounds, including biology, physics, engineering and industrial design.
Within the scope of the IGEM 2014 competition, the Dutch team is working on the Electrace project. The goal of this project is to design a functional biosensor for the detection of molecular indicators of landmines. Metrohm Autolab and DropSens support the team by providing screen-printed electrodes, a portable µSTAT400 potentiostat and potentiostat design expertise.
We wish the team the best of luck!
Find out more about the team here: