TAG: gas sensing




New flexible 2D gas sensor soon to be protecting you from toxic ammonia

Your smartwatch could soon save you from more than missed meetings with a new miniaturised ammonia gas sensor in development. The sensor—made from 2D liquid metal and fabricated using a simple, cost [...]

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Breathtaking: the whistle that might save lives

TMOS Researchers are hopeful the new Ketowhistle could spare people living with diabetes from invasive tests and help them take control of their health. [...]

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New nanowire sensors are the next step in the Internet of Things

A new miniscule nitrogen dioxide sensor could help protect the environment from vehicle pollutants that cause lung disease and acid rain. [...]

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Phobia of needles? New research could spell the end for blood testing.

Researchers from the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and TMOS, an Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence, have made new progress towards the development of mid-infrared nanophotonics, [...]

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