By integrating the nanoporous graphene recently developed by the Consortium into pioneering nanophotonic interferometric devices, we aim at realizing a new lab-on-a-chip biosensor to be positioned well beyond the state of the art. Further, the LEGOCHIP system is foreseen as a general-purpose toolkit, which could be easily adapted and implemented for other purposes, such as basic biology studies or environmental monitoring. The strong multidisciplinary component of this project, together with the collaborations and partnerships that will be fostered, will contribute to a groundbreaking progress in different scientific areas, including materials sciences, nanophotonics, chemistry and biochemistry, and clinical oncology.

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