ACS Publications Symposium

Innovation in Measurement Science: Sensors | Frontiers in sensing: In vivo sensors

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Analytical Chemistry
Biological & Medicinal Chemistry

Sensors for biological measurements could change the way that we currently measure analytes in the body, but the design requirements for implementing these tools in vivo are challenging. Among the obstacles that sensors face include fouling, specificity, and biocompatibility/foreign body response. A variety of sensors, including electrochemical and optical, have progressed significantly to address these challenges. This symposium will highlight sensing technologies that have made major advances in long-term sensing in vivo.


  • Lanqun Mao, Associate Editor, ACS Sensors; Beijing Normal University
  • Jill Venton, Professor, University of Virginia
  • Markita Landry, Assistant Professor, University of California Berkeley
  • Michael S. Strano, Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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