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July 12, 2023

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Sweat It Out: Novel Wearable Biosensor for Monitoring Sweat Electrolytes for Use in Healthcare and Sports

Wearable sensors are becoming a promising tool in personalized healthcare and exercise monitoring. In a recent study, researchers develop a novel wearable chemical sensor capable of measuring the concentration of chloride ions in sweat. By using a ...

New Single-Photon Raman Lidar Can Monitor for Underwater Oil Leaks

Researchers report a new single-photon Raman lidar system that operates underwater and can remotely distinguish various substances. They also show that the new system can detect the thickness of the oil underwater up to 12 m away, which could be useful for detecting oil ...

The Device That Can Remotely and Accurately Monitor Breathing: Tested on Cane Toads

Scientists have accurately monitored the breathing patterns of cane toads in a proof of principle to develop contactless vital-sign monitoring for humans in a range of settings such as intensive care units, aged-care facilities, for at-risk ...

New Driver for Shapes of Small Quark-Gluon Plasma Drops?

New measurements of how particles flow from collisions of different types of particles at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) have provided new insights into the origin of the shape of hot specks of matter generated in these collisions. The results may lead to a deeper understanding of the ...

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Researchers Detect and Classify Multiple Objects Without Images

Researchers have developed a new high-speed way to detect the location, size and category of multiple objects without acquiring images or requiring complex scene reconstruction. Because the new ...

Tunneling Electrons

By superimposing two laser fields of different strengths and frequency, the electron emission of metals can be measured and controlled precisely to a few attoseconds. Physicists have shown that this ...

量子纠缠可以加速计Dark Matter Sensors More Accurate

The 'spooky action at a distance' that once unnerved Einstein may be on its way to being as pedestrian as the gyroscopes that currently measure acceleration in ...

A Neuromorphic Visual Sensor Can Recognize Moving Objects and Predict Their Path

The new smart sensor uses embedded information to detect motion in a single video ...

Novel, Highly Sensitive Biosensor Set to Transform Wearable Health Monitoring

Wearable wireless biosensors are an integral part of digital healthcare and monitoring. Commonly used chipless resonant antenna-based biosensors are simple and affordable, but have limited ...

Is It COVID-19 or the Flu? New Sensor Could Tell You in 10 Seconds

Have a cough, sore throat and congestion? Any number of respiratory viruses could be responsible. Today, scientists report using a single-atom-thick nanomaterial to build a device that can ...

New Type of Entanglement Lets Scientists 'See' Inside Nuclei

Nuclear physicists have found a new way to see inside nuclei by tracking interactions between particles of light and gluons. The method relies on harnessing a new type of quantum interference between ...

Imaging the Proton With Neutrinos

The interactions of the quarks and gluons that make up protons and neutrons are so strong that the structure of protons and neutrons is difficult to calculate from theory and must be instead measured ...

Neutrinos Made by a Particle Collider Detected

Physicists have detected neutrinos created by a particle collider. The discovery promises to deepen scientists' understanding of the subatomic particles, which were first spotted in 1956 and ...

'Fishing' for Biomarkers

Researchers have devised a tiny, nano-sized sensor capable of detecting protein biomarkers in a sample at single-molecule precision. Fittingly coined as 'hook and bait,' a tiny protein ...

First Detection of Neutrinos Made at a Particle Collider

A team including physicists has for the first time detected subatomic particles called neutrinos created by a particle collider, namely at CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The discovery ...


Electronic Skin as Flexible as Crocodile Skin

A research team has developed a crocodile-skin-inspired omnidirectionally stretchable pressure ...

Low-Cost Device Can Measure Air Pollution Anywhere

Flatburn is an open-source, mobile pollution detector intended to let people measure air quality ...

Scientists Develop Energy-Saving, Tunable Meta-Devices for High-Precision, Secure 6G Communications

The future of wireless communications is set to take a giant leap with the advent of sixth-generation (6G) wireless technology. A research team has invented a groundbreaking tunable terahertz (THz) ...

STAR Physicists Track Sequential 'Melting' of Upsilons

Scientists using the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) to study some of the hottest matter ever created in a laboratory have published their first data showing how three distinct variations of ...

These Sports Sensors Could Curb 'Bad Calls' and Help Players During Practices

如果你看了最近的超级碗,你知道w the importance of a referee's call on the outcome of a game. Slow-motion replays and close-watching eyes help, but a new sensor technology ...

Perovskites, a 'Dirt Cheap' Alternative to Silicon, Just Got a Lot More Efficient

Researchers typically synthesize perovskites in a wet lab, and then apply the material as a film on a glass substrate and explore various applications. A team has instead proposes a novel, ...

Biosensor Could Lead to New Drugs, Sensory Organs on a Chip

A synthetic biosensor that mimics properties found in cell membranes and provides an electronic readout of activity could lead to a better understanding of cell biology, development of new drugs, and ...

'Ghostly' Neutrinos Provide New Path to Study Protons

Scientists have discovered a new way to investigate the structure of protons using neutrinos, known as 'ghost ...

Under Pressure: Breakthrough New Material Solves Problem of Wearable Sensors

研究人员合成一种新材料,年代olves one of the most difficult problems in the quest to create wearable, unobtrusive sensitive sensors: the problem of ...

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