28th Anniversary World Congress on Biosensors

Awards

The Biosensors & Bioelectronics Prize of US$1000 plus a free registration to the 2020 Congress is sponsored by Elsevier and is presented to the author of the paper judged the most original contribution to the congress. A pre-selection has been carried out based on submitted abstracts and the finalists have been allocated Keynote talks.

In addition, a number of Poster Awards are given: three First Place awards of US$350 will be awarded by Biosensors & Bioelectronics / Elsevier to the best poster from each session. Six further runner-up and second runner-up awards will be given supported by the ACS and US National Science Foundation.

Biosensors & Bioelectronics Best Paper Award 2018 Selection committee

  • Professor Loïc J. Blum, Université Lyon 1, France
  • Professor Man Bock Gu, Korea University, Korea
  • Professor Justin Gooding, University of New South Wales, Australia
  • Professor Frances Ligler, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University, USA
  • Professor Arben Merkoci, Catalan Institute of Nanotechnology, Spain Professor Aydogan Ozcan, UCLA, USA
  • Professor Xian-En Zhang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Biosensors & Bioelectronics Best Paper Award

2018 Winner

Integrating printed microfluidics with silicon photomultipliers for miniaturised and highly sensitive ATP bioluminescence detection
M.F. Santangelo, S. Libertino, A.P.F. Turner, D. Filippini and W.C. Mak

2018 Runners Up

Designer fungus FAD glucose dehydrogenase capable of direct electron transfer
KoheiIto, Junko Okuda-Shimazaki, Kazushige Mori, Katsuhiro Kojima, WakakoTsugawaa, Kazunori Ikebukuro, Chi-EnLin, Jeffrey La Belle, Hiromi Yoshida and Koji Sode

Organic electrochromic timer for enzymatic skin patches
Hiroyuki Kai, Wataru Suda, Shotaro Yoshida and Matsuhiko Nishizawa

Integrated chemiluminescence-based lab-on-chip for detection of life biomarkers in extraterrestrial environments
Augusto Nascetti, Mara Mirasoli, Elisa Marchegiani, Martina Zangheri, Francesca Costantini, Alessandro Porchetta, Lorenzo Iannascoli, Nicola Lovecchio, Domenico Caputo, Giampiero de Cesare, Simone Pirrotta and Aldo Roda

2016 Winner

Towards single molecule biosensors using super-resolution fluorescence microscopy
Xun Lu; Philip R Nicovich; Katharina Gaus; J. Justin Gooding

2016 Runner-up

Surface plasmon resonance as a tool for investigation of non-covalent nanoparticle interactions in heterogenous self-assembly & disassembly systems
Konstantin G Shevchenko; Vladimir R Cherkasov; Andrey A Tregubov; Petr I Nikitin; Maxim P Nikitin

2014 Winner

Pei-Rong Wanga, Xu Zhanga, Yao-Gen Shubb, Jia-Chang Yuea, aInstitute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy Sciences, Beijing, P.R. China, bInstitute of Theoretical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, P.R. China

2014 Runners Up

Michael Thompson,a,b,* Christophe Blaszykowski,b Sonia Sheikha and Alexander Romaschinc aUniversity of Toronto, Canada, b Econous Systems Inc., Toronto, Canada
cSt. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto, Canada

Yanyan Wang and Liang Tang, University of Texas at San Antonio, USA

M Kühnemunda and M Nilssonb  aUppsala University, Sweden bStockholm University, Sweden


Poster Awards

An award is given to the best poster from each session.

2018 Poster Prize Winners

Poster Session 1

1st Place: P1.023
Detection of stress biomarkers in non-invasive biofluids using aptamer-based strip biosensor
S. Dalirirad*, A.J. Steckl, University of Cincinnati, USA

2nd Place: P1.009

Molecular dynamics simulation guided rational aptamer engineering: toward flexible biosensing based on extended library
R.Y. Wang*1, Q.S. Zhang2, X.H. Zhou1, H.C. Shi1, 1Tsinghua University, China, 2East China Normal University, China

3rd Place: P1.10
Simple label- and instrument-free pathogen enrichment via homobifunctional imidoesters using a microfluidic (SLIM) system for ultrasensitive pathogen detection in various clinical specimens
C.E. Jin*1 ,2, B. Koo1 ,2, E.Y. Lee1 ,2, J.Y. Kim1, S.H. Kim1, Y. Shin1 ,2, 1University of Ulsan College of Medicine, Republic of Korea, 2Asan Institute of Life Sciences, Republic of Korea

Poster Session 2

1st Place: P2.114
A DNAzyme amplified fluorescent biosensor for pyrophosphatase detection
C-Y. Lee*, C-H. Liao, Y-Z. Hsieh, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

2nd Place: P2.038
A recombinase polymerase amplification sensor integrated microfluidic enrichment chip for low-abundant pathogen detection
T.N.T. Dao*1, E.Y. Lee1, Y. Shin1, T.Y. Lee2, 1Asan Institute for Life Sciences, Republic of Korea, 2Chungnam National University, Republic of Korea

3rd Place: P2.108

Development of a simple, low-cost amperometric Assay for noninvasive monitoring of salivary glucose based on a graphene/Mn3O4/polyethylene glycol nanocomposite modified screen-printed electrode
F.D. Krampa*1, Y. Aniweh1, G.A. Awandare1, P. Kanyong1 ,2, 1University of Ghana, Ghana, 2University of Oxford, UK

Poster Session 3

1st Place: P3.097
Studying and manipulating the optimal frequency of a biomarker using nanoparticles to achieve a multi-marker detection platform
C. Lin*, D. Probst, J. LaBelle, Arizona State University, USA

2nd Place: P3.099
Plasmonic optical fiber gratings for lung cancer diagnosis
M. Loyez*, S. Chevineau, C. Caucheteur, R. Wattiez, University of Mons, Belgium

3rd Place: P3.169

LED color-switching type wireless biosensor system for the visualization of fish stress
H. Wu*1, R. Shinoda1, M. Murata2, H. Matsumoto2, H. Ohnuki1, H. Endo1, 1Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan, 2Hokkaido Industrial Technology Center, Japan

2014 Poster Award Winners

Poster Session 1

Non-contact single cell printing for single cell real-time PCR
F. Stumpf*2, J. Schöndube1, A. Gross1, G. Roth2, 3, R. Zengerle1, 2, P. Koltay1, 4,  1IMTEK, Germany, 2HSG-IMIT, Germany, 3BIOSS, Germany, 4BioFluidix GmbH, Germany

Poster Session 2

Towards a smartphone-connected HIV test
V. Turbe*1, E. Gray1, D. Athey2, H. Yatsuda2, 3, E. Nastouli1, R. McKendry1,  1University College London, UK, 2OJ Bio Ltd, UK, 3Japan Radio Company, Japan

Poster Session 3

An SPR NanoMIP sensor for viruses analysis 
Z. Altintas, M. Gittens, K.A. Thompson, A. Guerreiro, S. Piletsky, I.E. Tothill*, Cranfield University, UK

A rapid protein preconcentration monitoring without fluorescent labeling by the dual-loop current measurement method
P.S. Chung*, Y.J. Fan, H.J. Sheen, W.C. Tian, National Taiwan University, Taiwan