Article - 27 Jan 2022
With the RESPA breath sensor, Zansors have entered the consumer market with a device that tracks breath during exercise and clips on to clothing.
Article - 25 Jan 2022
Neuromuscular disorder diagnosis can be challenging, but the development of wearable medical sensors may be able to aid early detection in infants.
Article - 16 Nov 2021
AZoSensors talks to Dr. Marta Tessarolo about new ‘smart bandages’ which use sensor technology to non-invasively monitor wound healing.
Article - 3 Sep 2021
Arsenic (As) is a highly toxic heavy metal that poses a significant threat to the environment and human life. Recently, a group of researchers from the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and...
Article - 2 Sep 2021
One of the primary ways a clinician will monitor fetal health is by analyzing fetal heart rate (fHR) against the background of uterine activity and fetal movements. However, even when fHR is detected,...
Article - 1 Jun 2021
Innovative, wireless soft sensors have been developed by a team at Northwestern University and the University of Carolina. They are the first to have the capabilities of comprehensively monitoring...
Article - 28 May 2021
With a recent rise in the research and application of digital technologies, the solutions capable of assessing the needs of a potential customer or a user based on their emotional state is increasing...
Article - 22 Oct 2020
Several different types of sensors have been developed to translate sign language into spoken and/or written words. One recent Nano Energy study discusses a novel self-powered triboelectric flex...
Article - 28 Sep 2020
Maria Vetrano spoke with founder, and CTO of Chirp Microsystems, David A. Horsley, to learn more about Chirp’s ultrasonic Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensors for social distancing.
Article - 11 Aug 2020
This article discusses different ways in which people with serious health issues, such as diabetes or kidney disease, can monitor their conditions in real-time with the help of tattoo biosensors.