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Welcome to Reislab website. We are a research group at Loughborough University.
We are passionate about developing new technological approaches to miniaturisation and intensification of a range of bioprocesses. Our multidisciplinary research activities span over a range of industrial challenges and three major research topics:
We are developing a range of new microengineered tools for healthcare diagnostics and biopharmaceuticals based on a transparent melt-extruded fuoropolymer microcapillary film.
We are developing new bioprocess approaches for the intensification of aerobic and anaerobic fermentations, mainly focuses in Biobutanol ABE fermentation and syngas bioconversion to biofuels.
|PhD opportunities are now available in the field of 3D printed microreactors. Please apply online (deadline 28th February).||http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AIA005/phd-studentships/|
|Dr Reis delivered invited keynote lecture "Fluoropolymer microcapillary film: an ultra-low cost microfluidic platform for rapid-sensitive multiplex immunoassays" at the Diagnostics & the Developing World symposium held at Brunel University, London||http://bruneldoclab.com/|
|Dr Reis delivered invited seminar "The effect of shear and interfaces on the crystallisation of lysozyme and paracetamol" at CMAC, University of Strathclyde Glasgow||http://www.cmac.ac.uk/|
|Dr Reis delivered invited keynote lecture "Protein separations using extruded microfluidics" at ESACT-UK 2014 (the UK Society for Cell Culture Biotechnology), held at Nottingham||http://www.esactuk.org.uk/|
|Dec 2013: Dr Reis to give oral presentation at Lab-on-a-chip European Conference in Berlin, 10-11 March 2014||http://selectbiosciences.com/conferences/biographies.aspx?speaker=796045&conf=LOACEC2014|
|Nov 2013: Dr Reis to present new Fluoropolymer Microfluidic Diagnostics technology at Medica in Dusseldorf, Germany from 20-24th Nov. Medica is the world's largest tradeshow of medical technologies.||http://www.microtas2013.org/|
|Oct 2013: Dr Reis to present poster "Extruded Microfluidic Immunoassays" at MicroTAS2013 conference in Freiburg, Germany, 27-31st Oct||http://www.microtas2013.org/|
|Aug 2013: Dr Reis delivered today invited seminar "The Magic of Extruded Microfluidics", at the Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences, ETH Zurich||http://www.demellogroup.ethz.ch/en/index.php|
|Jun 2013: Dr Reis delivered today oral presentation "The use of polymer additives in the enhanced crystallisation of micronized powders from solution" at the BACG2013 conference, held at Manchester University, UK, 16-18 June||http://www.bacg.co.uk/|
|May 2013: Dr Reis delivers today invited seminar "Bioprocess Innovations using Plastic Microflow Devices", at the department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College of London||http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/chemicalengineering|
|May 2013: Dr Reis and Miss Barbosa awarded Best presentation Awards at the European Biotechnology Conference, Bratislava, Slovak Republic. Dr Reis delivered oral presentation entittled " Advanced protein separations and multiplex molecular diagnostics using a disposable high-throughput microcapillary film", and has received Prof Mariapia Viola Magni EBTNA Award of Second Oral Presentation. Miss Barbosa delivered poster "Application of a disposable multiplex microfluidic device to rapid biomolecule quantitation" and received EBTNA award for Best Oral Presentation.||http://www.eurobiotech2013.eu/abstract_awards-47.html|
|Apr 2013: Dr Reis to deliver invited seminar "Bioprocess Intensification and Innovation using novel micro-, meso- and macro-flow technologies", at the Department of Biological Engineering, University of Minho, 16th April||www.deb.uminho.pt|
|Mar 2013: Dr Reis and Miss Barbosa to attend European Congress of Biotechnology in Bratislava, May||http://www.eurobiotech2013.eu/welcome-31.html|
|Feb 2013: New www.reislab.com website goes live||www.reislab.com|
We are currently accepting PhD applications. Please contact Dr Nuno M Reis, firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in embracing an excitting research opportunity in our multidisciplinary research group.