The fabrication of a two-dimensional (2D) hybrid MXene/graphene (MX/Gr) film was accomplished to prepare an electrochemical transducer for electrochemical sensing of nicotine in human saliva.
An electrochemical biosensor was developed for ultrasensitive detection of miRNA-377. The biosensor was based on the guanine (G)-quadruplex nano-amplification strategy and MXene-gold (Au) nanocomposites.
A flexible sensor was created out of monolayer molybdenum disulfide (MoS2), capable of sensing temperature variation in a few microseconds, about 100 times faster than typically used thin-film metal detectors.
New research discusses the use of nanodiamond-quantum sensors to divulge temperature differences in hippocampus neuron firing.
Researchers offer a comprehensive investigation into the best carbon nanotube (CNT) structure for Pt-NPs/CNTs/Gr H2 sensors.
Conventional materials used in electronic gas sensors, like chemiresistive-based nitrogen dioxide (NO2) sensors, fail to withstand ordinary wash cycles. A new study has set out to address this problem.
Multifunctional sweat sensors with novel sensing methods have the potential to revolutionize non-invasive medical diagnosis and healthcare management.
In an article recently published in the journal ACS Sensors, mass production of field-effect transistor (FET) biosensors based on carbon nanotube thin films was reported to realize high selectivity and sensitivity toward the detection of Alzheimer’s disease blood biomarkers of beta (ß)-amyloid (Aß).
A novel, moisture-resistant, and wearable NOx gas sensor based on laser-induced graphene (LIG) has proven successful in monitoring the environment and classifying individuals with breathing problems.
Researchers developed graphene/ecoflex composites-based strain sensors for the detection of a broad range of physiological signals like pulse monitoring, body motions, and speech recognition.