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. 

  • 30 January 2019

    University of Southampton launches...

    Academics and health professionals are uniting to solve challenging clinical problems through a new Centre for Health Technologies (CHT) at the University of Southampton.

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  • 28 January 2019

    Leader in uterine monitoring to help couples...

    Interdisciplinary researchers from Electronics and Computer Science (ECS), the Institute for Life Sciences (IfLS), and Medicine are celebrating a £3m fundraising round by University of Southampton spin-out company Vivoplex. The funding will be used to advance a biosensor to help couples with fertility problems.

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  • 15 November 2018

    Navigating the Pitfalls to Success: An event...

    Navigating the Pitfalls to Success: An event for PhD students and research staff

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  • Publications archive

    Recent BIO publications

    Label-free enrichment of primary human skeletal progenitor cells using deterministic lateral displacement - Jorge Queiros De Almeida Xavier, Stefan Holm, Jason Beech, Daniel Spencer, Jonas Tegenfeldt, Richard Oreffo and Hywel Morgan
    Type: Article | 2019 | Item availability restricted.
    A novel microfluidic point-of-care biosensor system on printed circuit board for cytokine detection - Daniel Evans, Konstantinos I. Papadimitriou, Nikolaos Vasilakis, Panagiotis Pantelidis, Peter Kelleher, Hywel Morgan and Themistoklis Prodromakis
    Type: Article | 2018
    Processing big-data with memristive technologies: splitting the hyperplane efficiently - Alexantrou Serb, Georgios Papandroulidakis, Ali Khiat and Themistoklis Prodromakis
    Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2018 | IEEE
    Hardware-level Bayesian inference - Alexantrou Serb, Edoardo Manino, Ioannis Messaris, Long Tran-Thanh and Themis Prodromakis
    Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2017
    Strain distribution on a finger link: a static simulation study - Jiawen Liu, Paul Chappell and Neil White
    Type: Article | 2018 | Item availability restricted.

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