Article - 19 Nov 2003
Police dogs could be replaced by an electronic “dog-on-a-chip” that sniffs out cocaine and other narcotics. Posted November 7 2003
News - 18 May 2015
Researchers from the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), the University of Surrey, the Netherlands Forensic Institute, King's College London and Sheffield Hallam University have demonstrated a...
News - 10 Nov 2009
Every time a person snorts cocaine, it doesn't just go to his or her head: It also provokes a response in the immune system, creating special biomolecules that may serve as a permanent record of...
News - 25 Jan 2009
Individual nerve cells in the front part of the brain can hold traces of memories on their own for as long as a minute and possibly longer, researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have...
News - 31 Aug 2009
A new peer reviewed journal publishing experimental and theoretical work across the breadth of nanoscience and nanotechnology
Specialists in the fields of nanoscience and nanotechnology have a new...
News - 22 Nov 2008
Royal Philips Electronics NV said Thursday it has developed a handheld device that uses nanotechnology to detect marijuana, cocaine, Speed and other drugs in saliva within 2 minutes.
News - 7 Jul 2016
Scientists from McMaster University have established a new method to use DNA as the engine of a nano-machine for detection of substances ranging from bacteria and viruses to metals and...
Article - 25 Aug 2020
Each sport has its own rules and regulations as to which substances are banned, but with the enhancement in drug detection, it has become harder for sportsmen and women to misuse drugs in athletics.