The University of Southampton

Investigating cutting edge technology in a highly multi-disciplinary environment, the Biomedical Electronics Research Group in the School of Electronics and Computer Science is researching, developing and teaching the next generation of healthcare and bio-related technologies. 

  • 4 May 2018

    University of Southampton to lead research into...

    Southampton has been awarded a multi-million pound programme to lead the development of innovative nanotechnology that could open the door to a new generation of electronics

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  • 9 April 2018

    Artificial Intelligence researchers to serve up...

    Researchers ECS are heading for the local pub to present their latest pioneering research as part of the international Pint of Science Festival

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  • 26 January 2018

    Scientists to showcase new technology standard...

    ECS researchers have discovered a way of enhancing the capabilities of an emerging nanotechnology that could open the door to a new generation of electronics.

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  • Publications archive

    Recent BIO publications

    Fast and sensitive isothermal DNA assay using micro-bead dielectrophoresis for detection of anti-microbial resistance genes. - MIchihiko Nakano, Sumit Kalsi and Hywel Morgan
    Type: Article | 2018
    Electrothermal deterioration factors in gold planar inductors designed for microscale bio-applications - Maria-Eleni Rizou and Themis Prodromakis
    Type: Article | 2018 | Item availability restricted.
    Wearable electronic sleeve for muscle stimulation - Kai Yang, Katie Meadmore, Christopher Freeman, Neil Grabham, Ann-Marie Hughes, Yang Wei, Russel Torah, Monika Glanc-Gostkiewicz, Stephen Beeby and Michael Tudor
    Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2018 | Item not available on this server.
    Seamlessly fused digital-analogue reconfigurable computing using memristors - Alexantrou Serb, Ali Khiat and Themistoklis Prodromakis
    Type: Article | 2018
    Modified Maxwell Garnett model for hysteresis in phase change materials - James Frame, Nicolas Green and Xu Fang
    Type: Article | 2018

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