Researchers develop a convenient system for detecting bacterial lipopolysaccharide in minutes, paving the way for safer hospitals and pharmaceutical products.
Major chemical companies are using Hazardous Location Position Sensors from NewTek Sensor Solutions to monitor the state of different valves throughout their plants as part of process safety and efficiency management.
Lactate concentration in sweat is a reliable measure of exercise intensity and can be tracked with wearable microfluidic sensors.
ION Science is delighted to announce that its world-leading MiniPID 2 sensor has been nominated in the sensor category of the 2023 Instrumentation Excellence Awards, and voting is now open to anyone.
Volatile organic compounds are substances that are released as gases and can be harmful to one’s health.
Under the guidance of Penn State, a research group has put pencil to paper to create an accessible, low-cost, waterproof, and wearable sensor to track multiple vital signals.
It is now possible to determine the quality of red wine with a newly developed electronic nose. The technology might turn out to be an alternative to manual wine tasting.
At the Hefei Institute of Physical Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, researchers have come up with a high-throughput biochemical sensor based on porous Au@AuAg nanorods that have the potential to detect biochemical molecules with high sensitivity and specificity.
The KECO Model 205 PermaStream H2S in Liquids Process Analyzer offers an accurate quantification of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) in sample streams of crude oil as part of environmental compliance, safety, and quality control practices.
At the University of São Paulo (USP) in Brazil, scientists have come up with a kraft paper-based electrochemical sensor that has the potential to detect traces of pesticides present in vegetables and fruit in real time when coupled to an electronic device.