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New Report Analyzes Markets for Printed and Flexible Sensors

New Report Analyzes Markets for Printed and Flexible Sensors

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Printed and Flexible Sensors 2015-2025: Technologies, Players, Forecasts" report to their offering. [More]
Thin Film Electronics Introduces New Near Field Communication Sensor Tag Technology

Thin Film Electronics Introduces New Near Field Communication Sensor Tag Technology

Thin Film Electronics ASA, a leader in the development and commercialization of printed electronics and smart systems, today announced the launch of OpenSense™, a new near field communication (NFC) sensor tag technology with the ability to drive enhanced consumer engagement and improved product security. This innovative technology addresses compelling applications in a range of global markets, including wine and spirits, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, health and beauty care, and automotive. [More]
New Technique to Fabricate Optical Nanosensors Capable of Sticking on Biological Surfaces

New Technique to Fabricate Optical Nanosensors Capable of Sticking on Biological Surfaces

A new method developed at the Institute of Optoelectronics Systems and Microtechnology (ISOM) from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) will enable the fabrication of optical nanosensors capable of sticking on uneven surfaces and biological surfaces like human skin. [More]
BioMed X and Roche to Co-Develop Nanomaterial-Based Sensor Technology Platform

BioMed X and Roche to Co-Develop Nanomaterial-Based Sensor Technology Platform

Roche and BioMed X announced today that they have entered into a collaboration agreement to establish a research group focusing on the development of a novel sensor technology platform based on new nanomaterials such as graphene. [More]
Nanoscience Could Help Understand and Manipulate Natural Microbiomes

Nanoscience Could Help Understand and Manipulate Natural Microbiomes

Microbiomes, communities of one-celled organisms, are everywhere in nature. They play important roles in health and agriculture, yet we know surprisingly little about them. Nanoscience might help. [More]
NanoGap Sensor Device for Early Detection of Bladder and Kidney Cancer

NanoGap Sensor Device for Early Detection of Bladder and Kidney Cancer

A new mobile device that allows bladder and kidney cancer to be detected at an early stage. This is being worked on by Wilfred van der Wiel, professor of nanoelectronics at the University of Twente MESA+ research institute. Thanks to this method, it is possible to read from DNA cells whether their carrier has bladder or kidney cancer. [More]
Nanoscience Can Help Understand and Manipulate Natural Microbiomes

Nanoscience Can Help Understand and Manipulate Natural Microbiomes

Microbiomes, communities of one-celled organisms, are everywhere in nature. They play important roles in health and agriculture, yet we know surprisingly little about them. Nanoscience might help. [More]
Study Demonstrates Superiority of Silicon Carbide as a Semiconductor for High Performance Sensors

Study Demonstrates Superiority of Silicon Carbide as a Semiconductor for High Performance Sensors

The use of silicon carbide as a semiconductor for mechanical and electrical sensor devices is showing promise for improved operations and safety in harsh working environments, according to new research from Griffith University. [More]
Plasmon Energy Expansion Thermometry Enables Temperatures to be Mapped in Nanometer Units

Plasmon Energy Expansion Thermometry Enables Temperatures to be Mapped in Nanometer Units

Overheating is a major problem for the microprocessors that run our smartphones and computers. But a team of UCLA and USC scientists have made a breakthrough that should enable engineers to design microprocessors that minimize that problem: They have developed a thermal imaging technique that can "see" how the temperature changes from point to point inside the smallest electronic circuits. [More]
NSF Awards $837,000 for Development of Nanoscale Sensor to Monitor Climate Change Effects on Trees

NSF Awards $837,000 for Development of Nanoscale Sensor to Monitor Climate Change Effects on Trees

Serving as a testament to the far-reaching impact of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s commitment to maintaining New York State’s global leadership in nanotechnology innovation, SUNY Polytechnic Institute’s Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (SUNY Poly CNSE) today announced the National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded $837,000 to support development of a first of its kind nanoscale sensor to monitor the effects of climate change on trees. [More]
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