News - 30 Apr 2011
A fast and simple technique to detect infectious bacteria has been devised by researchers at the University of Illinois. The study was headed by chemistry professor, Ken Suslick.
The presence of...
News - 15 Mar 2016
Original drawings and sketches from Walt Disney Animation Studio’s more than 90-year history — from Steamboat Willie through Frozen — traveled internationally for the first time this...
News - 10 Sep 2013
Disease-causing bacteria stink — literally — and the odor released by some of the nastiest microbes has become the basis for a faster and simpler new way to diagnose blood infections...
News - 7 Jun 2012
So far, artificial noses are found to be effective in detecting diseases like tuberculosis, urinary tract infection, Helicobacter pylori, lung cancer in addition to ear, nose and throat severities....
News - 13 Mar 2015
Smart glasses are wearable computers that will likely lead to the growth of the Internet of Things. Currently available smart glasses, however, reveal a set of problems for commercialization, such as...
News - 2 Jun 2012
Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer mortalities in men. It is a malignant tumour, which generally affects men over 50, and the chance of diagnosing a prostate cancer is minimal....
News - 2 May 2014
We may soon be able to make easy and early diagnoses of prostate cancer by smell. Investigators in Finland have established that a novel noninvasive technique can detect prostate cancer using an...
Article - 19 Jul 2013
This article discusses the technology used to characterise odor air chemical composition.
News - 15 Apr 2010
The Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) of Homeland Security is planning to embed a chip that is priced less than a dollar into cell phones.
This chip can be programmed to alert the mobile...
News - 31 Mar 2010
The Technische Universitaet Muenchen (TUM) researchers have developed an experimental underwater vehicle, known as the ‘Snookie’ underwater robot, that incorporates an artificial sensory...