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  • n. The use of nanoscale or microscale biological sensors.


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bio- +‎ sensing


  • Nanoparticles functionalized with biological materials can also be placed between electrodes for use in biosensing applications.

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  • They include state of mind of the user, human-computer hybrids, action detection, speech and biosensing.

  • This is the frequency where many chemical and biological agents show unique "fingerprints," which could potentially be used for biosensing. - latest science and technology news stories

  • Because this "coffee ring" phenomenon occurs with many liquids after they have evaporated, scientists have suggested that such rings can be used for examining blood or other fluids for disease markers by using biosensing devices.

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  • The researchers are currently optimizing the ring formation parameters and will then explore the application of this approach toward biosensing technologies that are being developed in Ho's laboratory.

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  • The field of biosensing has recently found an unlikely partner in the quest for increased sensitivity: coffee rings.

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  • "This ability to control the excitonic properties in plasmonic fluorescent quantum dots is essential to the development of devices such as solar cells, light emitting diodes, or optical circuits and might improve the sensitivity of quantum-dot based biosensing assays," Cotlet said. - latest science and technology news stories

  • Implantable silk metamaterials could advance biomedicine, biosensing

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  • Recent applications of nanoparticles within microfluidic channels for electrochemical and optical affinity biosensing

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  • Microfluidic systems are touted as promising systems for high-throughput analysis of very small sample volumes, with applications in drug discovery, medical diagnostics, drug formulation, biosensing and synthetic biology.

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