Researchers from Stanford University (Stanford, CA, USA) has developed the‘Potalyzer’, a test that utilises magnetic nanotechnology can detect concentrations of THC in saliva
Researchers from the University of York (UK) have developed a novel electrochemical silicon photonic sensor that may have the capacity to detect biomarkers in small volumes of blood.
Researchers have developed a novel implantable sensor that can wirelessly send data regarding biomarkers to an external device reader, allowing doctors to monitor patients and therapies.
A new test strip for the easy and cost-effective detection of pathogens is being developed at Fraunhofer Institute (Germany).
Using a novel nanoflower concept, researchers have developed a quick and accurate sensor for E. coli detection.
Researchers have developed a new method to rapidly detect a single virus in a urine sample, and suggest that it could be adapted to detect Ebola, HIV and Zika viruses.
The device – the Chem-Phys patch – measures biochemical and electrical signals in the human body and represents a first in the field.
Researchers have developed a biosensor with nanometric sensitivity that is able to detect peptides linked to neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
Researchers have developed a new chemical sensor that rapidly and effectively detects fungal infection, and could lead to faster and more appropriate antifungal treatments for patients.
Researchers demonstrate a portable and low-cost diagnostic test for Zika virus, which could be used for monitoring spread of the disease in large populations.