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Peter Adrian


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Researchers Develop Novel Biosensor for Detecting Glucose in Alcoholic Beverages   July 21, 2007
By: Peter Adrian

Manifesting the unique properties of carbon nanotubes (CNTs), increasing attention has been paid to the use of single-walled CNTs as a promising electrode material. Therefore, CNT paste electrodes prepared by thoroughly mixing single-walled CNTs and minerals have been seen in a number of instances....more >>

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Real-Time Biosensor for the Detection Of Trace Levels of TNT in Aquatic Environments   May 24, 2007
By: Peter Adrian

Toxic pollutants have always been a source of concern to the health of aquatic bodies. Ranging from the release of chemicals to oil spills, the effect of such events, particularly in terms of their impact on the population of aquatic species, have alerted us of the degree of harm they can have on...more >>

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A Novel Nafion/Glucose Oxidase-Glutaraldehyde/Poly(Thionine)/Au Enzyme Electrode for Glucose Sensing   April 5, 2007
By: Peter Adrian

Many current devices for a continuous monitoring of blood glucose levels are based on direct analysis of blood withdrawn from the tip of a finger. This is disliked by many patients since the finger sticks are painful. Therefore, the goal of more advanced glucose sensing approaches is to minimize...more >>

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A Novel Conductive Humidity Sensor   March 8, 2007
By: Peter Adrian

Key characteristics and specifications for evaluating the performance of a humidity sensor are accuracy, repeatability, interchangeability, long-term stability, ability to recover from condensation, resistance to chemical and physical contaminants, size, packaging, and cost efficiency.

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Terahertz Radiation Detector Facilitates Greater Understanding of the Cosmos   February 2, 2007
By: Peter Adrian

A minuscule yet ultrasensitive sensor, developed by Merlijn Hajenius for Delft University of Technology's Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, in close cooperation with the SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research, could help further our understanding of the cosmos and outer space. Hajenius...more >>

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Researchers Develop Tiny Self-Powered Hydrogen Sensor   January 3, 2007
By: Peter Adrian

The growing importance of hydrogen, perceived as a potential candidate to address energy requirements, has led a team of more than a dozen University of Florida engineering faculty and graduate students to find a way to detect hydrogen leaks and sound an alarm via wireless communication using a...more >>

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Developments in Nanobiosensors at ANI   December 1, 2006
By: Peter Adrian

A core technology developed by Austin, Texas-based Applied Nanotech Inc. (ANI) is the firm's innovative nanobiosensor technology.

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IMS Develops Strain Gage-Based OWS   November 4, 2006
By: Peter Adrian

Canada-based Intelligent Mechatronic Systems Inc. (IMS) has developed a hermetic weight and pressure sensor, which is well suited as a load cell for vehicle occupant weight sensing (OWS).

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Nanowire Sensor for Bioweapon Detection   October 3, 2006
By: Peter Adrian

The detection of radiological, biological, chemical warfare agents, and other hazardous vapors has great significance in enhancing homeland security efforts.

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Analysis of Bacterial Food Contamination Using Disposable Electrochemical Genosensor   September 1, 2006
By: Peter Adrian

Detection of food contamination by pathogenic, toxin producing bacteria such as Staphylococcus aureus, salmonella, E.Coli and many others has been an important issue for researchers across the globe.




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