News - 19 Jun 2015
A George Washington University professor has designed new technology that can identify traces of chemicals at 10-19 moles, a previously undetectable amount. This minute quantity can be conceptualized...
News - 25 May 2021
Manufactured in a new process based on crystalline materials, these low-loss mirrors promise to open up completely new application areas, for example in optical respiratory gas analysis for early...
News - 23 Feb 2021
Researchers at Rice University have received funding for up to $1 million to develop a real-time sensor system able to detect minute amounts of the airborne virus that causes COVID-19...
News - 15 Mar 2016
Scientists at the Universitat Politécnica de València (UPV) and the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) have developed a prototype sensor system which not only allows the remote...
News - 3 Mar 2014
Menon Biosensors, Inc. a molecular biochemistry company providing DNA analysis for the diagnosis and treatment of biological pathogens, announced today that its M2 (Molecular Mirroring) NMR (nuclear...
Article - 20 Oct 2017
The natural gas used by consumers is the processed one which is free from any impurity and quite different from the natural gas taken from underground.
News - 25 Aug 2021
Biochemical methods are one of the most accurate ways to confirm a diagnosis nowadays. In the case of biochemical diagnostics of cardiovascular diseases, medical professionals assess the level of...
News - 28 Apr 2021
Scientists have been developing a new sensor with the ability to detect Ebola in a single drop of blood and offer results within an hour.
Ebola biomarkers are exposed to an aptamer-coated aluminum...
News - 15 Feb 2021
Many life-threatening medical conditions, such as sepsis, which is triggered by blood-borne pathogens, cannot be detected accurately and quickly enough to initiate the right course of treatment....
News - 7 Oct 2015
A recent cartoon in the New Yorker magazine depicts a human resource manager behind a desk, holding up a form and emphatically telling the person in front of him, “You can’t list your...