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Engineers have developed 3D printed materials having tunable properties with a network of sensors embedded in it. Researchers at MIT have developed a method for 3D printed materials with tunable properties that can sense their own movement and interaction with...
Researchers at Sweden's Karolinska Institutet have developed a small sensor for detecting pesticides on fruit. The approach uses flame-sprayed silver nanoparticles to boost chemical signal.  Surface-enhanced Raman scattering, or SERS, a strong sensing technology that can boost the diagnostic signals...
Optical-based sensors are tempting for temperature monitoring in biological diagnostics because of their advantages of remote detection, minimal intrusion, electromagnetic interference tolerance, and high resolution. Dr He Ding of Beijing Institute of Technology's School of Optics and Photonics, Professor Xing...
The electronics industry has heavily relied on sensors that have rigid proportions. But can the rise of flexible, printed sensors become a game-changer for a myriad of applications, where form-factor and convenience play the core role to implement a...
Engineers at the University of California San Diego have created a prototype of a wearable that can track many health metrics in real time, including glucose, alcohol, and lactate levels. The device is about the size of six quarters stacked...
Queen's University Belfast researchers are taking part in a new £7.7 million initiative focused at improving the monitoring and maintenance of UK infrastructure such as bridges, cellphone masts, and wind turbines. Healthy infrastructure is vital to the UK economy and...
Researchers at Oxford University have invented a sapphire fibre sensor that can withstand severe temperatures, with the potential to enhance efficiency and reduce emissions in aircraft and power generation. The researchers have used a sapphire optical fibre – a thread...
These patents cover flexible, wearable sensors for non-invasive monitoring of subdermal fluid flow. The company's unique Epidermal Thermal Flow Sensor technology allows for the creation of a small, wireless, flexible device that attaches to the skin gently like a soft...
The method enables prototyping and testing of new designs much faster while reducing developing costs by great extent Wearable sensors ranging from adhesive skin bandages to stretchable implants on organs monitor health or diagnose illnesses and are of huge help for...
Beneficial for severe hearing loss, the tiny electronic device incorporates a sensor that monitors conditions directly in the inner ear The cochlea is a spiral-shaped bone structure present in our inner ears that plays a key role in hearing.  For people...
 
 

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