Dr. Soichiro Tsuda

Post Doctoral Researcher, Lord Kelvin Adam Smith Research Fellow in Synthetic Biology
Phone:   0141 330 5530
I am a Lord Kelvin Adam Smith Research Fellow in Synthetic Biology. I have been interested in costructing 'bio-hybrid' systems. So far I have developed slime mould-controlled robots (so-called 'domesticated Dalek') and storable whole-cell biosensor, and now I have been working on micro-/milli-fluidic evolutionary systems for synthetic biology.

Group Publications

5. Customizable 3D Printed ‘Plug and Play’ Millifluidic Devices for Programmable Fluidics, S. Tsuda, H. Jaffery, D. Doran, M. Hezwani, P. J. Robbins, M. Yoshida, L. Cronin, PLoS ONE, 2015, 10, e0141640
4. Towards heterotic computing with droplets in a fully automated droplet-maker platform, A. Henson, J. M. P. Gutierrez, T. Hinkley, S. Tsuda, L. Cronin, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A., 2015, 373
3. Bringing Crystal Structures to Reality by Three-Dimensional Printing, P. J. Kitson, A. Macdonell, S. Tsuda, H. Zang, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin, Cryst. Growth Des., 2014, 14, 2720-2724
2. ISFET sensor system for real-time detection of extracellular pH oscillations in slime mould, B. Nemeth, S. Tsuda, C. Busche, L. Cronin, D. Cumming, Electron. Lett., 2012, 48, 143-U20
1. Imaging the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction in real time using an ion sensitive array, B. Nemeth, C. Busche, S. Tsuda, L. Cronin, D. Cumming, Chem. Commun., 2012, 48, 5085-5087