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Mobile Wireless System with Nanopotentiostat Monitors Health of Elderly People in their Homes

Mobile Wireless System with Nanopotentiostat Monitors Health of Elderly People in their Homes

Fraunhofer FIT demonstrates a mobile wireless system that monitors the health of elderly people in their own homes, using miniature sensors. Besides non-invasive sensors this platform integrates technology to take a blood sample and to determine specific markers in the patient's blood. At its core is the home unit, a compact device located in the patient's home. It incorporates the necessary software as well as sensors and the analytical equipment. Visit us at MEDICA, November 12 – 15, 2014, Hall 10, booth G05. [More]
UCI Receives NSF Grant to Further Develop Nano-Optical Sensor for Detecting Infection in Breath

UCI Receives NSF Grant to Further Develop Nano-Optical Sensor for Detecting Infection in Breath

Imagine a low-cost, disposable breath analysis device that a person with cystic fibrosis could use at home along with a smartphone to immediately detect a lung infection, much like the device police use to gauge a driver's blood alcohol level. [More]
Innovative Microcavity Raman-Laser Sensor Enables Single Nanoparticle Detection

Innovative Microcavity Raman-Laser Sensor Enables Single Nanoparticle Detection

Optical sensing of nanoscale objects with ultrahigh sensitivity is highly desirable for applications in various fields, such as in early-stage diagnosis of human diseases and in environmental monitoring, as well as in homeland security. [More]

Attocube's Nano-Positioning and Sensor Systems to be Displayed at Photonex 2014

Attocube Systems AG will exhibit its nanotechnology solutions, the Industrial Line nano-positioning units, the Hexacube and the displacement sensor FPS, at Photonex 2014 on 15-16 October at the Ricoh Arena... [More]
Nanosensor Measures Experience of Sensation of Dryness in Wine

Nanosensor Measures Experience of Sensation of Dryness in Wine

One sip of a perfectly poured glass of wine leads to an explosion of flavours in your mouth. Researchers at Aarhus University, Denmark, have now developed a nanosensor that can mimic what happens in your mouth when you drink wine. The sensor measures how you experience the sensation of dryness in the wine. [More]
CardioMEMS HF System Helps Doctors and Patients Manage Heart Failure

CardioMEMS HF System Helps Doctors and Patients Manage Heart Failure

Unexpected trips to the hospital are inconvenient and worrisome for anyone, but for congestive heart failure sufferers, they can be all too frequent. In a rural state like West Virginia, distance can be a factor. [More]
Bosch Sensortec in Collaboration with ASE Introduces Tiny 3-Axis MEMS Accelerometer

Bosch Sensortec in Collaboration with ASE Introduces Tiny 3-Axis MEMS Accelerometer

Advanced Semiconductor Engineering, Inc., the world's largest semiconductor assembly and test service provider, today announced that it has been selected by Bosch Sensortec GmbH as a key manufacturing and technology partner for production of a leading edge sensor device. [More]
New MEMS WLP-Based Monolithic 3D Accelerometer from MEMSIC

New MEMS WLP-Based Monolithic 3D Accelerometer from MEMSIC

MEMSIC, Inc., a leading MEMS sensing solution provider, announced today the availability of its MXC400xXC, the world's first monolithic 3D accelerometer, and also the first 3D accelerometer to utilize WLP technology. [More]
Graphene Nanoelectronic Sensors Could Help Monitor Diseases

Graphene Nanoelectronic Sensors Could Help Monitor Diseases

A new wearable vapor sensor being developed at the University of Michigan could one day offer continuous disease monitoring for patients with diabetes, high blood pressure, anemia or lung disease. [More]
AVT’s Goldeye SWIR Camera with InGaAs Sensor Features Sensitivity Range of 900 to 1,700 nm

AVT’s Goldeye SWIR Camera with InGaAs Sensor Features Sensitivity Range of 900 to 1,700 nm

Allied Vision Technologies‘ new Goldeye infrared camera delivers best-in-class infrared images while being totally industry-compatible. This makes it the new benchmark for demanding imaging applications. [More]