NIBIB-funded researchers are fine-tuning a wearable, cuffless blood pressure monitor. Made of graphene, one of the thinnest materials in the world, the device is worn on the underside of the wrist and can measure blood pressure with comparable accuracy to a standard blood pressure cuff.
Scientists at ETH have devised a method for concurrently cooling multiple nanoparticles to temperatures just a few thousandths of a degree above absolute zero.
A recent study published in the journal Nature Communications focuses on this issue by presenting an extremely configurable soft nanobrush-directed technique for accurate in situ production of MOF nanoarrays on various surfaces.
A new article presents an electrochemiluminescence (ECL) aptasensor for the ultrasensitive and selective detection of human apolipoprotein A-I, using the luminophore, tris(bipyridine) ruthenium (II).
In a paper accepted in the journal Advanced Materials, researchers developed a microlaser sensor functionalized by depositing monolithic graphene in an erbium (Er)- loaded over-modal microsphere for gas sensing applications.
A team of researchers at BRAVE Analytics working with colleagues at the Medical University of Graz and University of Graz (all based in Austria) has developed a measuring method for continuous and time-resolved nanoparticle characterization which has single-particle sensitivity.
A review published in ChemBioChem presented an overview of NC-FETs, highlighting their fabrication strategies and functionalization for biosensing applications.
To all our customers in the USA, we are excited to announce that Princeton Scientific will be the new sales queries and ordering contact for Allectra High Vacuum and UHV components.
In a paper published in the journal Scientific Reports, zinc ions were detected in marine environments affected by oil pollution, using mercury-free nanoporous gold electrodes for square-wave anode stripping voltammetry (SW-ASV).
Researchers described a unique approach for rationally tailoring hollow and porous bimetallic electrodes made of MXene with outstanding electrocatalytic activity to sense endocrine-disrupting pollutants in water.