News - 31 Jul 2020
Researchers have designed a new kind of electronics called “drawn-on-skin electronics” that help draw multifunctional circuits and sensors on the skin using an ink pen.
Cunjiang Yu, Bill...
News - 28 May 2020
Dr Sumsun Naher and Professor Aziz Rahman have received a Marie Curie Fellowship to develop a hybrid sensor for the detection of diabetes from exhaled breath.
Diabetes is a chronic disease which...
News - 27 Mar 2020
A ‘pandemic drone’ to remotely monitor and detect people with infectious respiratory conditions is being developed by the University of South Australia (UniSA) in partnership with a...
News - 19 Feb 2020
For some infants, a wet diaper is cause for an instant, vociferous demand to be changed, while other babies may be unfazed and happy to haul around the damp cargo for lengthy periods without...
News - 15 Nov 2019
At Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), researchers have been creating a sensor that measures just the size of a Band-Aid. The sensor will have the ability to measure an infant’s blood oxygen...
News - 13 Aug 2019
Smartphones, drones, and sensors could lend a helping hand to the world’s increasing elderly population at risk of falls, thereby decreasing global hospital costs.
A group of scientists...
News - 25 Jul 2019
Removing fluid at the precise rate and stopping at the right time is very important for patients suffering from kidney failure and require constant dialysis.
This usually involves guess-work on...
News - 14 Jun 2019
There is increasing interest in technology for non-contact measurement of human vital signs (heart rate, respiration, and body temperature), which are important for understanding the state of a...
News - 30 Apr 2019
A research on older women’s perception of technology led by Assistant Professor Blaine Reeder, PhD, and co-authored by Catherine Jankowski, PhD, at the University of Colorado College of Nursing...
News - 27 Mar 2019
Although smart wristbands are widespread fashion accessories for tracking heart rate and physical activity, they are generally not advanced enough to deliver specific and accurate information...