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Inexpensive, Carbon Nanotube-Based Sensor to Detect Rotting Meat

Inexpensive, Carbon Nanotube-Based Sensor to Detect Rotting Meat

MIT chemists have devised an inexpensive, portable sensor that can detect gases emitted by rotting meat, allowing consumers to determine whether the meat in their grocery store or refrigerator is safe to eat. [More]
MEMS Sensor Developer, Standing Egg, Licenses Imagination's MIPS Warrior M-Class CPU

MEMS Sensor Developer, Standing Egg, Licenses Imagination's MIPS Warrior M-Class CPU

Imagination Technologies (IMG.L) announces that South Korea based MEMS sensor development company Standing Egg has licensed Imagination's MIPS Warrior M-class CPU for use in its next-generation sensor hubs targeting an expanding range of products including mobile devices, IoT, wearables, and automotive. [More]
Voltage Nanosensor Project Receives $1.35 Million HFSP Research Grant

Voltage Nanosensor Project Receives $1.35 Million HFSP Research Grant

An international team led by biophysicist Shimon Weiss, who holds UCLA’s Dean M. Willard Chair in Chemistry, has been awarded a prestigious Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) research grant of $1.35 million over three years. The HFSP international program supports frontier research on the complex mechanisms of living organisms. [More]
Scannano and LFoundry Collaborate to Offer MEMS-Based Portfolio of Pressure Sensors

Scannano and LFoundry Collaborate to Offer MEMS-Based Portfolio of Pressure Sensors

Scannano and LFoundry today announced a strategic long term relationship to apply Scannano’s disruptive NANO technologies to a wide spectrum of new product applications. The first of these new products will be a MEMS-based portfolio of pressure sensors. [More]
NanoViricides Provides Progress Update for Recent Quarter

NanoViricides Provides Progress Update for Recent Quarter

NanoViricides, Inc., a nanomedicine company developing anti-viral drugs, reports on the Company's progress in the recent quarter. [More]
Cellular MEMS, Sensor Markets Report by Research and Markets

Cellular MEMS, Sensor Markets Report by Research and Markets

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Cellular MEMS & Sensor Markets '14" report to their offering. [More]
Geometrically Encoded Magnetic Sensors (GEMs) for High-Resolution Remote Biological Sensing

Geometrically Encoded Magnetic Sensors (GEMs) for High-Resolution Remote Biological Sensing

Scientists working at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) have devised and demonstrated a new, shape-shifting probe, about one-hundredth as wide as a human hair, which is capable of sensitive, high-resolution remote biological sensing that is not possible with current technology. If eventually put into widespread use, the design could have a major impact on research in medicine, chemistry, biology and engineering. Ultimately, it might be used in clinical diagnostics. [More]
Sensitivity of Isolated Quantum Systems Harnessed to Characterize Electron Motion

Sensitivity of Isolated Quantum Systems Harnessed to Characterize Electron Motion

The word “defect” doesn’t usually have a good connotation--often indicating failure. But for physicists, one common defect known as a nitrogen-vacancy center (NV center) has applications in both quantum information processing and ultra-sensitive magnetometry, the measurement of exceedingly faint magnetic fields. [More]
LamdaGen Opens Wholly-Owned Subsidiary, LamdaGen Nanotechnology Taiwan

LamdaGen Opens Wholly-Owned Subsidiary, LamdaGen Nanotechnology Taiwan

LamdaGen Corporation, a nano-technology platform company that provides LSPR based plasmonic sensors and systems for In Vitro Diagnostics (IVD), announced the opening of a wholly-owned subsidiary, LamdaGen Nanotechnology Taiwan Co., LTD. (LamdaGen Taiwan). [More]
New Report on Opportunities in the Nanosensor Markets

New Report on Opportunities in the Nanosensor Markets

Nanosensors -- devices capable of detecting nanoparticles -- are already in use in the medical diagnosis field, but are expected to see near-term commercialization in military, domestic security and environmental monitoring applications, as well as several other areas. [More]