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Binoy Paulose Nadappuram is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) and Chancellor’s Fellow in the Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry. His research focuses on the development of new single molecule manipulation platforms for diagnostic applications and real-time analysis of biological systems with enhanced spatio-temporal resolution.

Binoy obtained his PhD from the University of Warwick, where he developed new electrochemical methods for quantitative visualization ion fluxes at physiochemical and biological interfaces. He then moved to Imperial College London, where he was a research associate and Wellcome Trust ISSF Fellow in the Department of Chemistry. Prior to joining the University of Warwick, Binoy worked as a Research Engineer at the Centre of Innovation in Environment and Water Technology (EWT COI), Singapore.


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