Biosensors 2019 Travel Award
As Editor-in-Chief of Biosensors, I am very pleased to announce that the winner of the 2019 Travel Award, sponsored by Biosensors, is Ulri Lee, a Ph.D. student from University of Washington, who will be supported with 800 Swiss Francs towards travel expenses to attend international conferences in 2019.
Ulri has already published her work on fabricating microfluidic channels using rapid injection molding and biphasic open microfluidic systems for liquid– liquid extraction. Her current PhD work focuses on applying microfluidic principles to technology development to a novel 3D printing method and capturing microbial volatiles and bioaerosols. The aim of her work is to develop advanced devices that enable the advancement of our understanding of the natural world without some of the limitations of current standardized platforms.
Dr. J.D. Newman