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Cambridge Raman Imaging selected to coordinate a European Union grant to transform cancer diagnosis and treatment

Cambridge Raman Imaging (CRI) has announced it was selected to coordinate a project that received a €3.3 million grant in the European Innovation Council’s (EIC) Transition call.The project, called CHARM, aims to develop a medical device based on high-speed, low-cost...

Researchers develop new graphene-based sensor for rapid detection of bacterial pathogens

A research group from Sweden’s Chalmers University of Technology and the Technical University of Denmark has shown that graphene can rapidly distinguish between types of bacteria. The team therefore set out to create extremely sensitive sensors, that can...

New graphene-based neural probes improve detection of epileptic brain signals

Researchers the UK and Spain have demonstrated that tiny graphene neural probes can be used safely to improve our understanding of the causes of epilepsy.The graphene depth neural probe (gDNP) consists of a millimeter-long linear array of micro-transistors imbedded in...

Researchers develop graphene-biosensors for brain machine interfaces

Researchers at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) have developed a novel graphene-based biosensor, set to drive new innovations in brain-controlled robotics.The biosensor adheres to the skin of the face and head in order to detect electrical signals being sent...