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    [32] M.Y. Emran, M.A. Shenashen, H. Morita, S.A. El‐Safty, 3D‐ridge stocked layers of nitrogen‐doped mesoporous carbon nanosheets for ultrasensitive monitoring of dopamine released from PC12 cells under K+ stimulation, Adv. Healthcare Mater. (2018) 1701459.
    [42] M.Y. Emran, M.A. Shenashen, A.A. Abdelwahab, M. Abdelmottaleb, M. Khairy, S.A. El-Safty, Nanohexagonal Fe 2 O 3 electrode for one-step selective monitoring of dopamine and uric Ruxolitinib (INCB018424) in biological samples, Electrocatalysis 9 (2018) 514–525.
    M. Abdelmottaleb, S.A. El-Safty, Design of hierarchical electrocatalytic mediator for one step, selective screening of biomolecules in biological fluid samples, J. Appl. Electrochem. 48 (2018) 529–542.
    M.M. Selim, A. Faheem, S.A. El-Safty, Ultrasensitive in-vitro monitoring of mono-amine neurotransmitters from dopaminergic cells, Sens. Actuators B-Chem. 259 (2018) 114–124.
    [53] I.M. El‐Sewify, M.A. Shenashen, A. Shahat, H. Yamaguchi, M.M. Selim, M.M. Khalil, S.A. El‐Safty, Ratiometric fluorescent chemosensor for Zn2+ ions in environmental samples using supermicroporous organic‐inorganic structures as potential plat-forms, ChemistrySelect 2 (2017) 11083–11090.
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    Prof. Sherif A. El-Safty is currently a Managing Researcher, Center of Functional Materials of Center for Functional Materials at National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Tsukuba-Japan and Professor of Nanomaterials at Faculty of Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing, University of Sunderland, UK. He is also a fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC). He pub-lished over 250 papers in high world class journals and 25 patents world-wide. His inventions have been released to scientific panels and organization for 12 times as knowl-edge-based innovation to public communities, govern-ments, and households through TV programs, daily news-papers and magazines in multiple languages worldwide.
    One of his scientific highlights was the discovery of nuclear and hazardous cleanup technology, safety enhancements, and green environment for tomorrow. His hand-made intervention transferred from bench to market and released as an integrated nanosolution for manufacturing nano-membrane at water treatment plants (WTPs) enabling to exe-cuted with high production and quality of water, reducing energy consumption, and zero-discharge waste. This work has gained great global interests and had been nominated to highest reputable prizes.
    Dr. Mohammed Y. Emran He received his PhD form Al-Azhar University-Egypt with collapration of National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)-Tsukuba-Japan under supervision of Prof. Dr/ Sherif A. El-Safty, in 2018. Currently he is a lecturer in analytical and inorganic chemistry at Al-Azhar University-Egypt, faculty of science in Assuit, chemistry department. His research interests fo-cused on fabrication of porous materials and their compo-sites for potential sensing and biosensing applications.
    Assoc. Prof. Mohamed A. Shenashen is a post-doctoral researcher, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Tsukuba, Japan since 2010. He is an associate professor at the Egyptian Petroleum Research Institute (EPRI), Cairo, Egypt. Concisely, the scientific achievement can be sum-marized as more than 100 publications (papers/books/ highlights) and 10 patents related to the material science field. His research interests associated with material fabri-cation and design lie in the area of energy, environment, and biological applications.