Recent Examples of biosensor from the Web
Add information from connected devices, biosensors and digital surveys on dosing and compliance, and the data flow becomes so immense that assessing its value becomes its own priority.
Researchers have shown that nanoparticles can be used to create supersensitive biosensors able to detect cancer cells and even identify molecules that indicate someone is at increased risk for cancer.
Development of biosensors for forensic sciences applications.
Now, thanks to Nili Ostrov at Columbia University, baker’s yeast is about to begin yet another career—as a biosensor for detecting cholera and other diseases.
Rios Cantu, an engineering student from Monterrey, explained that the biosensors map the surface of the breast and can determine thermal conductivity by specific zones.
In the Avengers: Age of Ultron clip, Tony Stark speculates that there is a biosensor in the hammer’s shaft that recognizes when Thor has grasped Mjolnir.
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medical Definition of biosensor
- New biosensors that can sniff out traces of the explosives RDX and TNT may be used to help clean up old munitions sites.
- —Science News, 6 Apr. 1996
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