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AZoSensors spoke to Exergen Global about their booth at SENSOR+TEST 2018.
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Researchers have recently announced the development of a novel biosensor that is capable of detecting extremely small traces of glucose in human fluid including saliva, tears and urine.
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Human breath analysis, particularly acetone monitoring, offers a non-invasive alternative in the field of diabetes testing. This is where semiconducting metal oxide (SMO) sensors come in.
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Sensors and complex sensor systems provide customers with a range of options to stand apart from the competition through pioneering products.
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The synthesis, properties, and use of electrospun nanofibers in wearable sensors are discussed in research published to the MDPI journal biosensors.
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This article summarizes some of the latest developments in wearable devices using cutting-edge portable sensors.
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Ever increasing aging population is the driving factor for patient auto-monitoring systems. Moreover, the consistency, repeatability and low cost of these systems make them more popular.
Article - 1 Jun 2021
Innovative, wireless soft sensors have been developed by a team at Northwestern University and the University of Carolina. They are the first to have the capabilities of comprehensively monitoring...
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VIGO Photonics infrared detectors and detection modules at MWIR and LWIR spectral ranges can be used in a wide variety of biological, biotechnological and medical applications.
Article - 28 Jan 2013
This article is part of a series about sensing the human body. In this episode, we take a look at sensors used to monitor the body's autonomic nervous system.