Researchers In Austria Develop World’s Smallest Particle Sensor

Graz University world’s smallest particle sensor
Paul Maierhofer with the result of his dissertation at the Institute for Electrical Measurement and Sensor Technology at Graz University of Technology: the 12 x 9 x 3 millimetre small particle sensor. (Image credit: © Lunghammer - TU Graz)
Researchers in Austria have developed the world’s smallest particle detector. The detector is so small that it could bring particle detection to the palms, wrists, and pockets of the general […]
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