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Pacifier Biosensor Could Help Monitor Newborn Health

10/25/2019 | ACS
Wearable biosensors that non-invasively monitor health and fitness are growing in popularity among adults. But adopting this technology for use with babies is difficult because the devices are often bulky or have rigid surfaces that could harm infants’ delicate skin.

Wearable Sensors Detect What’s in Your Sweat

08/19/2019 | Berkeley Lab
Needle pricks not your thing? A team of scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, is developing wearable skin sensors that can detect what’s in your sweat.

Paper Sensors Remove the Sting of Diabetic Testing

12/27/2018 | KAUST
A technique that enables biologically active enzymes to survive the rigors of inkjet printing presents a promising alternative to routine blood screening exams faced by diabetic patients. The KAUST-led team used this approach to make disposable devices that can measure glucose concentrations in human saliva.

MIT Engineers Configure RFID Tags to Work as Sensors

06/14/2018 | MIT
These days, many retailers and manufacturers are tracking their products using RFID, or radio-frequency identification tags. Often, these tags come in the form of paper-based labels outfitted with a simple antenna and memory chip.

Bloodless Revolution in Diabetes Monitoring

04/10/2018 | Bath University
Scientists have created a non-invasive, adhesive patch, which promises the measurement of glucose levels through the skin without a finger-prick blood test.
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