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Nanotechnology “biosensors” detect materials in biological systems and the environment at ultra-low levels of concentration.
The team aims to help detect diseases and environmental threats early, allowing for more cost-effective interventions.
Quick and affordable environmental mercury detection
Sensing of dangerous chemicals, such as explosives, at ultra-low levels, allowing better protection against terrorism
Highly sensitive “immuno assays” for cancer in bodily fluids, such as urine and blood
Novel uses for spherical, cubic, and rod-shaped gold nanoparticles that are used in early detection of disease
New hazardous chemical detection company: Metallosensors
New explosives detection company: Vaporsens
New patent filings: 17