Article - 11 Apr 2022
Sensor devices have been increasingly used in blood clot treatment and diagnostics. Learn more about this topic on AZoSensors.
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 - 23 Mar 2022
The synthesis, properties, and use of electrospun nanofibers in wearable sensors are discussed in research published to the MDPI journal biosensors.
Article - 11 Mar 2022
New research expands on the previous study by looking into the wearable sensor’s capacity to reliably detect skin surface pH.
Article - 3 Feb 2022
Researchers investigate liver dysfunction detection using a wearable semiconducting e-nose gas sensor.
Article - 22 Nov 2021
Over the years, CO2Meter has worked closely with universities such as Harvard, Purdue, MIT, UC Berkeley, and many others that continue to use our sensor technologies to gather data for scientific...
Article - 29 Jul 2021
Scientists opine that the fingertips are one of the sweatiest parts of our body and it is possible to use small biofuel cells to harvest energy from sweat on the fingertips and, in turn, keep wearable...
Article - 24 Nov 2020
FeverWarn self-service thermal scanner measures the accurate temperature of individuals through their fist in one second or less, and, in an orderly manner allowing for the recommended six feet of...
Article - 17 Nov 2020
When it comes to university research, precise gas dedection and measurement solutions are essential.
Article - 2 Nov 2020
California-based company Blumio has developed a wearable and non-contacting millimeter-wave radar sensor that measures blood pressure at the wrist.