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Sensing with a twist: A new kind of optical nanosensor uses torque for signal processing
PHYS.ORG The world of nanosensors may be physically small, but the demand is large and growing, with little sign... 6 days
Sensing with a twist: A new kind of optical nanosensor uses torque for signal processing
SCIENCE DAILY As electronic devices get smaller, their ability to provide precise, chip-based sensing of dynamic physical properties such as... 5 days
Team develops gas-sensing technology that could revolutionize environmental and medical diagnostics
PHYS.ORG Relying on nanotechnology, scientists from Russia and Germany led by Skoltech research scientist Fedor Fedorov have developed an innovative solution for detecting traces of gas in... 1 day
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Researchers take first steps towards development of biosensor for detection of bacteria
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New technique promises tunable laser devices
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