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5 Current news about the topic optical sensorsrss
A research team led by Prof. Hiroshi M. Yamamoto of the Institute for Molecular Science, National Institutes of Natural Sciences has developed a novel superconducting transistor which can be switched reversibly between ON and OFF by light-irradiation. This achievement is a milestone for future ...
In the air, it is a serious pollutant. In the body, it plays a role in heart rate, blood flow, nerve signals and immune function. Nitric oxide, a gas well known to scientists for its myriad functions, has proven challenging to measure accurately outside the laboratory. A team of Princeton and ...
Tufts researchers design bio-friendly optical platform for sensing applications in medicine, health, environment, communications
Imagine an edible optical sensor that could be placed in produce bags to detect harmful levels of bacteria and consumed right along with the veggies. Or an implantable device that would monitor glucose in your blood for a year, then dissolve. Scientists at Tufts University's School of ...
Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have reported that a single laser pulse can create complex, ordered nanostructure systems. This previously unobserved phenomenon has just beeen described in an article in the scientific journal Nature Photonics. "We have discovered a ...
The thin, slightly bent metallic thread lding looks like a piece of ordinary florist's wire. But you only have to touch it to realize that this wire is made of a very special material. The metal feels soft and warm, like a blend between a fishing line and a copper wire. Kautz holds the thread ...