News - 11 Jun 2020
Researchers in the USA have developed a graphene-based electrochemical sensor capable of detecting histamines (allergens) and toxins in food much faster than standard laboratory tests.
News - 27 Mar 2019
A smartphone device could possibly prevent millions of people from drinking arsenic-contaminated water.
Scientists have created a biosensor that can be attached to a phone and uses bacteria to...
News - 11 Dec 2018
A new and novel class of nanomaterials could help improve cancer detection, believes a physicist in the College of Arts and Sciences at Syracuse University.
Physics professor Liviu Movileanu...
News - 30 Mar 2017
The recent announcement made by the American Institute for Manufacturing Integrated Photonics (AIM Photonics) highlights the progress of Finger Lakes Forward, an award-winning strategic plan of...
News - 2 Nov 2016
The U.S. military currently uses a sensing method to remotely monitor the air to detect potentially life-threatening pathogens, toxins, and chemicals. This has inspired the creation of an...
News - 29 Jan 2016
Synthetically engineered biosensors, which can be designed to detect and signal the presence of specific small molecule compounds, have already unlocked many potential applications by harnessing...
News - 5 Aug 2015
Super productive factories of the future could employ fleets of genetically engineered bacterial cells, such as common E. coli, to produce valuable chemical commodities in an environmentally friendly...
News - 9 Oct 2014
A novel autonomous biosensor may help scientists to detect environmental hazards in the sea at an early stage. But applying such approach to the marine environment is a huge challenge.
News - 3 Oct 2014
Rice University scientists have developed a plug-and-play approach to detect interactions between proteins they say could greatly improve understanding of basic biological functions.
News - 14 Feb 2014
In 2010, Ian Papautsky, associate professor in the University of Cincinnati's College of Engineering and Applied Science’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Systems, formed a...