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A hand-held device for fast and sensitive on-site detection of organic contaminants using antibody assays and surface acoustic wave sensing.

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A hand-held fluorescence analyzer with an optical or imaging method and an RNA extraction device for fast and sensitive measurement of eRNA for toxin and biotic pollution.

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A device for in vitro biosensing of metal pollutants using fish gill epithelia and measuring cell stress (trans-epithelial resistance).

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A device for in vitro biosensing of heavy metals using diatoms with fluorescent proteins fused to metal-responsive gene elements.

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A comprehensive evaluation of the new devices against standard methods, ensuring quality, accuracy, and sensitivity.

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A development of real-time digital FAIR data feeds into repositories and a dashboard, ensuring data interoperability and transparency.

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A field testing and demonstration to stakeholders and end-users, evaluating the new technologies for water quality monitoring and surveillance.

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A compilation of user documentation and demonstration of methods and devices to stakeholders/end-users, implementing end-user-led design for project uptake and exploitation.

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