QCM-D

6 min

What is the difference between QCM-D and traditional QCM?

The QCM with an added D measures an additional parameter, the dissipation factor. The QCM-D provides more information about the system under study than traditional QCM.

~ 3 min

What does QCM-D have in common with a church bell?

How does QCM-D work? Perhaps you know that a QCM-D sensor is made out of quartz, which is a piezoelectric material. But what does that really mean?

~ 2 min

Protein Aggregation in Neurodegenerative Diseases

Proteins are vital for life and perform a wide range of essential biochemical tasks in all living organisms. It is important that the proteins are correctly folded and functional. However, sometimes the control mechanisms fail and accumulated aggregates transform into protein megastructures.

~ 3 min

Building an Appetite for Hydroxyapatite QSensors

Within biomaterials research and development, hydroxyapatite (HA) is well known for its biocompatible properties, particularly in bone bonding, and for its potency of rapid integration into the human body.

> 2 min

Top 5 QSensors for biomaterials & medical device research

Q-Sense sensor coatings for biomaterials and medical device research

~ 2 min

Protein Adsorption to Biomaterials

Blood-material interactions are critical for performance and biocompatibility of implantable medical devices used in thousands of patients daily.

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