News - 23 Jul 2010
Type I Diabetes is a dangerous disease that can lead to fatal kidney dysfunction, heart attacks, blindness, stroke, and peripheral nerve damages.
A survey showed that approximately 240000 Canadians...
News - 27 May 2019
Stress is frequently referred to as “the silent killer” because of its silent and mysterious effects on numerous issues from heart disease to mental health.
Presently, scientists at...
Article - 25 Jul 2012
This article focuses on the comparison of Persona and DuoFertility test kits: both measure fertility status by using different parameters.
News - 24 Dec 2012
Despite more than 25 years of research on antiobesity drugs, few medications have shown long-term success. Now researchers reporting online on December 21 in the Cell Press journal Trends in...
News - 29 Jan 2016
Synthetically engineered biosensors, which can be designed to detect and signal the presence of specific small molecule compounds, have already unlocked many potential applications by harnessing...
Article - 17 Jul 2020
Researchers have developed highly sensitive and accurate biosensors that can detect and measure the presence of estrogens in both the environment and food.
News - 2 Mar 2020
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Researchers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) have established a new graphene-based stress sensor that can monitor the...
News - 31 Aug 2017
In this era of fast food and fast fashion, people crave instant gratification. The same applies to when one gets ill and wants to know the reason for it. But conducting fast, accurate diagnostics on a...
News - 8 Aug 2017
One problem with sensors that derive information from sweat is that the patient being tested has to actually sweat. Oftentimes this entails exertion or room temperatures that run the gamut from...
News - 27 Nov 2015
Estrogen is a tiny molecule, but it can have big effects on humans and other animals. Estrogen is one of the main hormones that regulates the female reproductive system - it can be monitored to track...