Browsing publications by Dr Neil Keegan

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Barry Gallacher
Emeritus Professor James Burdess
Dr Zhongxu Hu
Dr Harriet Grigg
Dr Carl Dale
et al.
Experimental verification of a quasi-trapped degenerate mode magnetic acoustic resonator2018
Hayder Ashelaish
Dr John Hedley
Dr Neil Keegan
High radio frequency biosensor for a nano-concentration detection of the label free Prostate Specific Antigen cancerous cells2017
Dr Carl Dale
Dr Neil Keegan
Professor Calum McNeil
Monolithic integration of a plasmonic sensor with CMOS technology2017
Sinziana Popescu
Dr Carl Dale
Dr Neil Keegan
Dr John Hedley
Rapid Prototyping of a Low-cost Graphene-based Impedimetric Biosensor2017
Emeritus Professor James Burdess
Dr Barry Gallacher
Dr Harriet Grigg
Dr Zhongxu Hu
Carl Dale
et al.
The theory of a trapped degenerate mode resonator2017
Professor Calum McNeil
Dr Neil Keegan
Professor Ciara O'Sullivan
Aptamer Lateral Flow Assays for Ultrasensitive Detection of β-Conglutin Combining Recombinase Polymerase Amplification and Tailed Primers2016
Dr Zhongxu Hu
Dr John Hedley
Dr Neil Keegan
Julia Spoors
Dr Barry Gallacher
et al.
One-port Electronic Detection Strategies for Improving Sensitivity in Piezoelectric Resonant Sensor Measurements2016
Dr Carl Dale
Dr Neil Keegan
Professor Calum McNeil
Plasmonic Sensor Monolithically Integrated with a CMOS Photodiode2016
Professor Calum McNeil
Dr Neil Keegan
Ultrasensitive, rapid and inexpensive detection of DNA using paper based lateral flow assay2016
Katie Griffiths
Dr Carl Dale
Dr John Hedley
Dr Neil Keegan
Laser-scribed graphene presents an opportunity to print a new generation of disposable electrochemical sensors2014
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