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Kelcilebe is graduated in Chemistry Degree from the Federal University of São Carlos (2007), started her academic career as treinee at Embrapa Instrumentação (2008 to 2010). Master in Physics-Chemistry from PPGQ-UFSCar (2014) and PhD in Chemistry from PPGQ-UFSCar (2019). Conducted a research internship abroad at Melbourne University (Australia) (February / 2017 to October / 2017). She has experience in synthesis of cellulose nanocrystals, metal nanoparticles and green reduction of graphene oxide, besides production of polymeric nanocomposites for application as mechanical reinforcement, biodegradable material, sensors and controlled release (production, processing and characterization) (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The growing interest in renewable source of materials with unique properties enabled the use of products and waste from agriculture in several areas of research, such as in the production of polymer nanocomposites. The use of waste from agriculture can reduce the cost of the final product, and promote a rationalized destination to these waste, thus adding value. Researches has explored ...
The emergent interest in the detection of biomolecules aimed at several medical and biotechnological applications has enabled the development and growth of a new strand in the field of sensors and biosensors. Among biosensors, the immunosensors have been developed for the detection of biomolecules produced by immunological response of the organism in the presence of foreign bodies, such...
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