News - 31 Jan 2019
A team of engineers at MIT have developed an ingestible, Jell-O-like pill that, upon reaching the stomach, rapidly swells to the size of a soft, squishy ping-pong ball large enough to stay in the...
News - 7 Aug 2017
A major drawback in the case of medical sensors that analyze human sweat is the factor that it can work only when one sweats.
Sweating by performing excessive physical activity or due to...
News - 23 Sep 2014
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Glucose Sensors: the Next Generation" report to their offering.
The convergence of small-scale electronics and sophisticated...
News - 9 May 2013
Innovative projects including: smart-phone test and tracking systems for infectious diseases; fibre optic probes that can monitor people’s condition in intensive care; and in-home sensors that...
Article - 15 Feb 2022
This article summarizes some of the latest developments in wearable devices using cutting-edge portable sensors.
Article - 24 May 2021
AZoSensors speaks with Tzu-Chieh (Zijay) Tang, a Postdoctoral Associate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Zijay is one of the authors of a paper documenting the development of what the...
Article - 22 Jul 2014
Cynophobics may soon be able to avoid the anxiety of being sniffed by the canine police at airports thanks to the development of a nanosensor by a team of researchers at the University of California,...
Article - 8 Apr 2022
Real-time monitoring can also significantly reduce the risk of diabetes complications, enhance blood glucose control, and improve the overall quality of life.
Article - 7 Mar 2022
This International Women's Day, we speak with Dr. NAko Nakatsuka, a Senior Scientist at ETH Zurich's Laboratory of Biosensors and Bioelectronics.
Article - 9 Feb 2022
We showcase women driving innovation in the Sensors field in celebration of the UN's International Day of Women and Girls in Science.