Article - 27 Oct 2018
Type 1 diabetes can strike anyone, regardless of how old they are or the size of their waistline. The disease prevents the body from producing enough insulin to regulate a person’s blood glucose...
Article - 14 May 2020
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.
Article - 5 Sep 2012
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.
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 - 19 Apr 2022
In a new study, researchers present a three-dimensional affinity biosensor (3DA-biosensor) made up of a self-assembled hydrogel-aptamer hybrid layer (H-AHL) composition and GFET for ultra-sensitive,...
Article - 6 Jul 2012
This articles provides an introduction to blood glucose detectors, the two main types of glucose monitors and developments in this monitoring technology.
Article - 2 Nov 2012
This article discusses the First Warning Systems smart sensor - technology placed inside a bra as an early detection method to easily identify breast tissue abnormalities.
Article - 11 Apr 2022
Sensor devices have been increasingly used in blood clot treatment and diagnostics. Learn more about this topic on AZoSensors.
Article - 10 Dec 2013
Recently, researchers from MIT have combined sensor technology with carbon nanotubes. Carbon nanotubes are hollow, cylindrical, one-nanometer structures made of pure carbon.
Article - 13 Sep 2022
THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is one of the two psychoactive cannabinoids in cannabis, the other being CBD (cannabidiol). This article covers how electrochemical sensors are used to detect THC...