Water quality monitoring offers real-time data online and alerts for incoming contaminants, so it is considered an efficient method to ensure water safety.
A highly sensitive long-wave infrared detector that enables low-power, non-contact human-machine interaction was recently developed by a research team at the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (DICP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) under the direction of Associate Professor Xiaowei Lu, Professor Peng Jiang, and Professor Xinhe Bao.
Clinicians can use digital health systems to inform them when a patient needs insulin shots for type 2 diabetes or medication to decrease cholesterol based on their risk of heart disease.
At Imperial College London, a new optical fiber sensor with AI capabilities may test several traumatic brain injury biomarkers at once.
In spite of progress in improved food production, half of all harvested food in the world is lost due to rot caused by microorganisms.
Lithium can help with the symptoms of both bipolar illness and depression if used at the proper dosage. Amounts that are either too little or too much can have harmful effects.
Endress+Hauser released new Liquid Analysis disinfection sensors and accessories for measurement in more applications, adding the CCS55D Memosens Free Bromine sensor, CCS58D Memosens Ozone sensor, and Flowfit CYA27 assembly to its product family.
With the use of a revolutionary technology created by the University of South Australia, tiny smart bed sensors included in hospital mattresses could put an end to painful and sometimes fatal pressure sores.
To control computers, machines, music players, and other such systems, wearable human–machine interface devices or HMIs can be used.
Recently, scientists from the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Suzhou Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Technology (SIBET) suggested a method for hand-in-hand structured DNA assembly.