This Wearable Gas Sensor is Meant for Monitoring Health and Environment

Wearable gas sensor
Image credit: Jennifer McCann/Penn State
People working in high-risk atmospheres such as mining, medicine and other forms of manufacturing are at greater risk of exposure to dangerous chemicals. What’s even worse is that some gas […]
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