Topic: biomedical sensing
The detection of biomarkers in feces and urine in wastewater may give a clue to the presence of coronavirus in communities infected with the virus.
MachineSense is releasing a beta version of FeverSense, a low-cost, infrared temperature scanning system that can be installed in a gate or entrance.
Researchers from two universities have teamed to develop 3D-printed sensors that could replace finger pricks to measure blood sugar level.
Imec has developed a wireless transceiver that supports the medical 400 MHz frequency bands, suiting it for electronic pills.
Missouri University of Science and Technology researchers are developing an airborne-biohazard system that could screen air travelers.
University of Massachusetts Amherst researchers have invented an AI-based device that converts cough sounds into data to detect flu-like illnesses.
Northwestern University researchers have developed a wireless, battery-powered monitoring system for newborn babies.
University of Michigan researchers have tapped faint signals from arm nerves and amplified them to enable finger-level control of a robotic hand.
Researchers have developed a coronavirus app that, coupled with machine intelligence, could enable an individual to get an at-home risk assessment.
Caltech researchers have produced a wireless sweat sensor that can accurately detect levels of cortisol, a compound considered the stress hormone.