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Soft graphene-based probe monitors brain and gut chemistry

Soft graphene-based probe monitors brain and gut chemistry

Scientists from Michigan State University and Stanford University have invented the “NeuroString” — a graphene-based implantable probe that enables researchers to study the chemistry of brain and gut health. Three flexible NeuroString sensors. Credit: Courtesy of...

Researchers design graphene-based charge-injection photodetectors

Researchers at Zhejiang Universityת University of California, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Peking University, Aalto University, University of Cambridge and Nanjing University have developed a new graphene-based photodetector that could detect light within a...

Researchers develop graphene-enhanced strain-perception-strengthening enabled biomimetic soft skin

Researchers at the Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering (NIMTE) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), led by Prof. CHEN Tao, have designed strain-perception-strengthening (SPS) enabled biomimetic soft skin, which realizes the dynamic...

Graphene-based intelligent quantum sensor can simultaneously detect the intensity, polarization and wavelength of light

A team of researchers from Yale University, The University of Texas at Dallas and the National Institute for Materials Science in Tsukuba, Japan, has built a graphene-based intelligent sensor that can simultaneously detect the intensity, polarization and wavelength of...
SensFit Technologies partners with Footwork Podiatric Laboratory to develop graphene-enhanced smart orthotics

SensFit Technologies partners with Footwork Podiatric Laboratory to develop graphene-enhanced smart orthotics

SensFit Technologies developed a smart shoe with inbuilt sensors, aiming to improve the quality of life of older people through the early detection of dementia, diabetic ulcers and other physical activity issues. Now, SensFit has announced that it is partnering with...

Zentek’s rapid diagnostic platform receives two NSERC grants

Zentek has announced that McMaster University has received two Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (“NSERC”) Grants related to the aptamer-based rapid detection technology exclusively licensed by Zentek, pursuant to its license agreement with McMaster:...