Japanese researchers have developed and tested a prototype device -- wearable on the fingertips -- that incorporates the concept of 'light touch' to enhance the sense of balance.
According to a study performed by Kaiser Permanente, the use of continuous glucose monitors is linked to improved blood sugar control and fewer emergency department visits for hypoglycemia, specifically for patients suffering from insulin-treated type 2 diabetes. The study was published in the JAMA journal on June 2nd, 2021.
By putting a piece of soft, strain-sensing sheet on the skin may be able to detect skin disorders non-invasively and in real-time very soon.
Immunosensors are widely used in immunoassays to detect antigens. One such immunosensor is a quenchbody, which contains a modified antibody fragment with a quenched fluorescent dye.
A new rapid coronavirus test developed by KAUST scientists can deliver highly accurate results in less than 15 minutes.
Manufactured in a new process based on crystalline materials, these low-loss mirrors promise to open up completely new application areas, for example in optical respiratory gas analysis for early cancer detection or the detection of greenhouse gases.
A team of Spanish researchers have developed, at the laboratory level, a prototype of a new biosensor to help detect breast cancer in its earliest stages.
At the laboratory level, a group of Spanish scientists has developed a prototype of a new biosensor that can detect breast cancer in its initial stages.
A Northwestern University-led team of researchers has signed a cooperative agreement with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to develop a wireless, fully implantable device that will control the body's circadian clock, halving the time it takes to recover from disrupted sleep/wake cycles.
Using a novel G-Putty material, scientists from AMBER, the SFI Centre for Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Research, and from Trinity’s School of Physics have designed an advanced graphene-based sensing technology.