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Autonomous Patch for Real-Time Detection of Infectious Disease


Project Web Portal

A project website will be set up. This web site will be the primary platform for the dissemination activities,including publishing information about the project goals, research, tasks and achievements as well as a consortium collaboration and management tool

Dissemination & Communications Plan

This plan will be the main resource for planning and coordination of dissemination activities of the partners

Data Management Plan

Document describing the project’s data management plan

Dissemination, Communications, IP Protection and Standardisation Activities Report

This report will summarise all the dissemination communications IP protection and standardisation activities performed by the project partners It will include the projects Knowledge Portfolio describing the procedures for accessing preexisting and developed knowhow and knowledge according to the consortium agreement

Requirements Definition

Project requirements definition document

Project Management and Quality Assurance Manual

A Handbook describing the project management and quality assurance procedures

Data Management Report

Document describing the status of the projects reflections on data management


Hierarchical Graphene-Dye Bilayers for Multimodal Optoelectronic Sensing and Decoupling of Complex Stimuli

Author(s): Muhammad Khatib,Shelley Rapoport,Orr Zohar,Elias Mansour,Youbin Zheng,Ning Tang,Walaa Saliba,Yana Mulytin,Tan-Phat Huynh,Hossam Haick
Published in: Advanced Materials, 2022, ISSN 2365-709X
Publisher: Wiley
DOI: 10.1002/admt.202200920

Time-space-resolved origami hierarchical electronics for ultrasensitive detection of physical and chemical stimuli

Author(s): Min Zhang, Jiaxing Jeccy Sun, Muhammad Khatib, Zi-Yang Lin, Zi-Han Chen, Walaa Saliba, A’laa Gharra, Yehu David Horev, Viki Kloper, Yana Milyutin, Tan-Phat Huynh, Simon Brandon, Guoyue Shi, Hossam Haick
Published in: Nature Communications, 10/1, 2019, ISSN 2041-1723
Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
DOI: 10.1038/s41467-019-09070-8