News - 19 Jan 2015
Every odour has its own specific pattern which our noses are able to identify. Using a combination of proteins coupled to transistors, for the first time machines are able to differentiate smells that...
News - 17 Aug 2020
If individuals want to leverage locusts to use them as bomb-sniffing bugs, they should solve a few technical challenges before these insects can be sent to the field.
Researchers showed how they...
News - 10 Jul 2013
Researchers from the University of Liverpool and University of the West of England, (UWE Bristol), have built a device that can read odours in urine to help diagnose patients with early signs of...
News - 1 Apr 2011
Inscentinel, a UK-based biotechnology company, has developed a handheld sensor integrated with live bees to detect dangerous substances in the air. The VASOR136 (volatile analysis by specific...
News - 30 Jul 2021
CO2, SO2, H2S, C2H6O, CH3OH and O2 gas measurement in beverage bottling plants, breweries, wineries, dispensing plants and CO2 extinguishing systems for warehouses.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is highly...
News - 31 Jan 2020
A study by scientists from Oregon State University has reached a step closer to creating an electronic nose for detecting safety threats, monitoring air quality, and diagnosing diseases by quantifying...
Article - 3 Feb 2022
Researchers investigate liver dysfunction detection using a wearable semiconducting e-nose gas sensor.
News - 15 Dec 2012
The organisers of AQE 2013, the Air Quality and Emissions show (formerly ‘MCERTS’), have announced a comprehensive conference programmefor the event which will take place in Telford, UK,...
News - 20 Aug 2019
Plant engineers who’ve switched or who are thinking about the switch to Ozone (O3) disinfection of water for high-temperature evaporative cooling towers will find the reagent-less OZ80 Ozone...
News - 7 Apr 2022
Irish or Scotch, blended or single malt? While a whisky aficionado might be able to differentiate a good drink from a mediocre one just by smelling it, most drinkers depend on the label.