A new mass spectrometry system with nanomechanical resonators has been utilized to accurately measure virus capsids above 100 MDa.
In this editorial, the author discusses how nanostructured materials can offer enhanced material properties and in particular hold great potential for fundamental advances in nanosensors.
The journal, the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening Technology, presents a special issue highlighting the development of research assays.
Researchers have developed a diagnostic sensor, using a new heterogenous catalyst 16-sensor array system, that could detect disease with high specificity and sensitivity by analyzing exhaled breath.
Researchers have developed a nanotechnology platform that could accurately diagnose prostate cancer by using a single drop of blood.
Diamond-based quantum device could allow more accessible and easier chemical testing.
Recent findings have demonstrated a novel technique that merges nanoscience with a magnetic principle, Faraday rotation, which could be used for the faster diagnosis of a wide array of infectious diseases.
Researchers from the University of Houston (TX, USA) have developed a novel contact lens that may be used as a non-invasive method of measuring glucose levels.
Researchers from the University of East Anglia have investigated a device that has the potential to increase the speed at which urinary tract infections are detected and profiled.
Researchers from Stanford University (Stanford, CA, USA) has developed the‘Potalyzer’, a test that utilises magnetic nanotechnology can detect concentrations of THC in saliva