News - 12 Jan 2021
University at Buffalo researchers are reporting an advancement of a chemical sensing chip that could lead to handheld devices that detect trace chemicals -- everything from illicit drugs to pollution...
News - 17 Dec 2020
For over ten years, Ali Yanik has been working to develop novel biosensor technology to provide rapid, low-cost testing for disease diagnostics and precision medicine.
Now, with a five-year, $3.7...
News - 2 Dec 2020
A pair of socks to monitor cholesterol levels or a shirt to track blood pressure could soon become a reality.
Microfiber- and nanofiber-based wearable technology can be used to monitor a...
News - 2 Dec 2020
A shirt that monitors your blood pressure or a pair of socks that can keep track of your cholesterol levels might be just a few years away from becoming reality.
In an article published in Applied...
News - 10 Nov 2020
Older Australians living independently at home will be able to send real-time data to their healthcare providers through a seamless, secure and transparent new health monitoring solution developed by...
News - 31 Jul 2020
Researchers have designed a new kind of electronics called “drawn-on-skin electronics” that help draw multifunctional circuits and sensors on the skin using an ink pen.
Cunjiang Yu, Bill...
News - 21 Jul 2020
Scientists from Cornell University and the University of Wisconsin, Madison have achieved what could be a possible landmark in the field of wearable sensing technology.
They have developed a...
News - 14 Jul 2020
In the future, people could start tracking their health conditions just by taking a pencil and drawing a bioelectronic device on their skin.
One day, people could monitor their own health conditions...
News - 2 Jul 2020
Although it might be tempting to rely on your fitness tracker to catch early signs of COVID-19, Northwestern University researchers caution that consumer wearables are not sophisticated enough to...
News - 1 Jul 2020
According to scientists, the signals sent and received from speakers, microphones, and cellular phones can alert people when they are close to someone who has acquired the COVID-19 infection.