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Smell of success for nanobiosensors

...es Josep Samitier, the coordinator of the SPOT-NOSED project that developed nanobiosensors to mimic the way human and animal noses respond to different odours. Th...ations that would be imperceptible to humans. "Our tests showed that the nanobiosensors will react to a few molecules of odorant with a very high degree of accurac...
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Nanomedicine courses - Nanobiosensors

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Nanobiosensors made by top-down approaches (e.g. nanopatterning by dip-pen nanolithography) ... Integration of Nanobiosensors in Nano-biosystems. Dr Sam ...

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nanobiosensors. News. Growing pains of India's GM revolution. The BBC's Richard Black looks at how close India has come to achieveing its biotech dream. ...

Smell Of Success For Nanobiosensors

Modern-day doctors may soon start using smell to detect the early warning signs of different illnesses thanks to technology that replicates - and improves upon - the ...

Worldchanging: Bright Green: Nanobiosensors

Nanobiosensors. Jamais Cascio, 12 Dec 04. It's become increasingly clear that the 21st century will be built with carbon nanotubes. ...

Nanobiosensors: optofluidic, electrical and mechanical approaches to ...

R E V I E W P A P E R. Nanobiosensors: optofluidic, electrical and mechanical approaches ... Nano- biosensors, which exploit some fundamental nanoscopic ...
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