Welcome to Center of Excellence for Trace Analysis and Biosensor (TAB-CoE) Website

The Center of Excellence for Trace Analysis and Biosensor Research Center (TAB-CoE) began with the establishment of the Trace Analysis and Biosensor Research Center (TAB-RC) in 2008. At that time, members of TAB-RC consisted of researchers from the Faculty of Science, Faculty of Engineering and the Faculty of Technology and Environment by combining two research units together, which was the Research Unit for Analytical and Environmental Chemistry/Trace Analysis and the Unit Research in Biophysics: Biophysics Research Unit: Biosensors and Biocurrents. The aim of TAB-RC was to expand research and education in these two fields, which focused on sample preparation and analysis techniques based on chromatography and biosensors that can be applied to industry, health care, food and environmental monitoring. Requested to be approved last year, the Center of Excellence for Trace Analysis and Biosensor Research Center (TAB-CoE) was established on 1 August 2018. TAB-CoE has been focused on developing novel sample preparation techniques and analytical methods, which are suitable for trace analysis, especially contaminants or residues in environmental samples, raw materials or products from industrial processes including medical applications.

Researchers and students from TAB-CoE exhibited inventions in PSU Research EXPO 2020

Members of the Trace Analysis and Biosensors Center of Excellence (TAB-CoE) from Faculty of Science, Prince of Songkla University, had joined and exhibited inventions in PSU Research EXPO 2020 on 14 February 2020 at The 60th Anniversary of His Majesty the King’s Accession to the Throne International Convention Center. The ...
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Students from TAB-CoE participated and presented their work in PACCON 2020 conference

The students from TAB-CoE participated and presented their works in Pure and Applied Chemistry International Conference 2020 (PACCON 2020) on 13-14 February 2020 at Impact Forum, Impact Muang Thong Thani, Thailand. Student’s names and their research topics were as follows:Natha Nontipichet presented in the poster presentation and her research topic ...
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Opening ceremony for Trace Analysis and Biosensor International Symposium I

Photos were taken during the Trace Analysis and Biosensor International Symposium I under the theme “Emerging Challenges and Opportunities” at room LRC1, 8th floor,  Learning Resource Center Building, Prince of Songkla University. The conference was held for 2 days, from 10 to 11 February 2020, with attendees coming from domestic ...
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