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Chris D. Geddes
Dr Chris D. Geddes, Ph.D., FRSC, Professor (h-index: 48), has extensive experience in Fluorescence Spectroscopy and Plasmonics, publishing 300 papers, 40 books.
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Chris D. Geddes Mar 18
Professor Geddes' student, Elizabeth Hawkins, joins the NASA Space Lifer Science Training Program to work on the BioSentinel nanosatellite.
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Chris D. Geddes Mar 18
Professor Geddes gives the opening Plenary Lecture at Bio-X, Israel, Dead-Sea, March 4th, 2019, Entitled "Plasmonic Generation of Electricity: A Remarkable Plasmon to Current Technology which Promises to Change the Way we Both Think of and Use Fluorescence Spectroscopy Today".
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Chris D. Geddes Mar 18
Professor Geddes gives a talk at the Bio-X conference in Israel, Dead Sea, March 5th 2019, entitled "Lyse-It", a lecture about the "Lyse-It" technology.
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Chris D. Geddes Mar 18
Professor Geddes gives an invited talk at the Bio-X conference, Israel, March 5th 2019, entitled "Understanding How Money Thinks!" in the Entrepreneur / Business sessions / lectures at the Conference.
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Chris D. Geddes Mar 18
Professor Geddes gives invited talk at the Bio-X conference, Israel, March 5th 2019, entitled "Creating Enterprise Value from with an Academic Setting: Can Professor's be Successful Entrepreneurs?"
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Chris D. Geddes Mar 18
Professor Geddes publishes new book, "Reviews in Fluorescence 2017", Springer, New York, ISBN: 978-3-030-01568-8, 320 pages. (Published Feb. 2019)
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Chris D. Geddes Mar 18
Professor Geddes publishes a new book chapter entitled "Microwave-Accelerated Metal-Enhanced Fluorescence (MAMEF): A Rapid, < 10 copy Number Detection Platform", in Reviews in Fluorescence 2017, edited by Chris D. Geddes, Springer, New York, pgs 1-20. Published Feb 2019.
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Chris D. Geddes Mar 18
Dr Geddes has a new paper published in Chem. Phys. Letts, entitled "Alpha-fluorescence (aS1) from thermally stable carbon nanodots", 721, 123-128, 2019.
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Chris D. Geddes Mar 18
Dr Geddes has new paper published in Nanoscale entitled "Silvered Conical-bottom 96-well plates: Enhanced low volume detection and the metal-enhanced fluorescence volume/ratio effect", 11, 4337-4344, 2019.
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Chris D. Geddes Jan 1
Dr Geddes has new paper just published in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, PCCP, "Heavy Carbon Nanodots 2: Plasmon Amplification in Quanta Plate™ Wells and the Correlation with the Synchronous Scattering Spectrum", 2019, DOI: 10.1039/C8CP06299D.
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Chris D. Geddes Sep 30
Professor Geddes gives interview with The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, pertaining to entrepreneurialism for University Professors today.
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Chris D. Geddes Sep 23
Professor Geddes' research on Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI's) noted in the Baltimore Sun online version, Wednesday 19th September 2019.
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Chris D. Geddes Aug 13
Professor Geddes has new US Patent issue "METAL-ENHANCED BIOLUMINESCENCE: AN APPROACH FOR MONITORING BIOLOGICAL BIOLUMINESCENT PROCESSES", U.S. Patent No. 10,024,850.
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Chris D. Geddes Jul 30
Professor Geddes publishes new paper in PLOS ONE "Rapid sample preparation with Lyse-It® for Listeria monocytogenes and Vibrio cholera", 13(7): e0201070.
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Chris D. Geddes May 14
New paper just accepted for publication in PCCP, Physical Chemistry, Chemical Physics, entitled "Heavy Carbon Nanodots: A New Phosphorescent Carbon Nanostructure".
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Chris D. Geddes 14 Mar 18
Today the world lost a great mind, Professor and colleague Professor Stephen Hawking. He made numerous stella contributions to our understanding of the Universe, he will be missed !
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Chris D. Geddes 2 Mar 18
Rachael Knoblauch, Professor Geddes' PhD student gives a poster presentation at the annual Bio-X conference in Singapore, entitled "Enhanced Luminescence from Silvered Carbon Nanodots: Potential Applications as an Ultra-Bright Luminescence Label".
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Chris D. Geddes 2 Mar 18
Professor Geddes' PhD student, Rachael Knoblauch, gives a talk, entitled "A Novel Carbon Nanodot Architecture: luminescent probe for potential immunodiagnostics", at the Bio-X conference in Singapore, Feb 21st 2018.
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Chris D. Geddes 2 Mar 18
Professors Geddes and Marks discuss the sucessess of the Bio-X conference with a well-deserved Tomahawk Steak in Singapore, Feb 25th 2018.
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Chris D. Geddes 2 Mar 18
Professor Geddes and his company Lyse-It, attend the ASM Biothreat meeting in Baltimore, February 11-14 2018.
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