News - 26 Sep 2022
New, affordable sensors that track breathing, heart rate, and ammonia have been incorporated into face masks and t-shirts by Imperial researchers.
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News - 26 Sep 2022
Intracellular antennae open up a wide range of possibilities in medical diagnosis, treatment, and other areas as a result of their superb ability to monitor and potentially direct cellular...
News - 25 Jul 2022
A device that might one day utilize the chemical indicators in sweat to identify changes in a person’s health has successfully undergone testing by researchers.
Participants rode on stationary...
News - 31 May 2022
Fluorescent sensors are employed to label and image a broad range of molecules. They provide an exclusive look within living cells. However, they can only really be employed in cells that have grown...
News - 10 May 2022
Imagine being able to track muscular fatigue during a workout, measure blood sugar levels, and determine if you have had too much to drink, all from a little gadget worn on the skin.
The device can...
News - 22 Mar 2022
The US Department of Defense is investigating the possibility of deploying wearable sensors to monitor the exposure of service personnel to dangerous toxins, thereby superseding current static...
News - 28 Feb 2022
Researchers have designed a prototype sensor that can aid doctors in quickly measuring adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and lactate levels present in blood samples of patients. The hope is that this...
News - 8 Feb 2022
A hormone called cortisol is produced by the human body in response to stress, from the everyday to the extreme.
Cortisol is well-suited for measurement through wearable devices, according to study...
News - 4 Feb 2022
Researchers have been successful in testing a tiny biosensor in the laboratory that was developed for detecting biomarkers based on traumatic brain injuries.
The biosensor is designed to...
News - 20 Jan 2022
Researchers in China have developed a durable capacitive humidity sensor modeled on the water-absorbing large surface area inside a camel’s nose. It relies on chemically stable zwitterions while...