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Nanofiber-Based Wearables

Microfiber, Nanofiber-Based Wearables Can Track Your Heart Rate, Blood Pressure, and More

In the near future, microfiber- and nanofiber-based technology may be used to monitor your blood pressure, heart rate, and more, say researchers. For example, a shirt made with microfiber or […]
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Flexible electronics spinal cord injury therapy

Georgia Tech Research On Flexible Electronics Shows Promise For Spinal Injury Therapies

Patients with mobility disorders related to spinal nerve compression or those recovering from spinal cord injuries are frequently treated by the conditioning of the Hoffmann’s reflex via non-surgical electrostimulation therapy. […]
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Global Nanotechnology Clothing Market

Global Nanotechnology Clothing Market Expected To Decline Due To COVID-19 Outbreak

According to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s new report “Nanotechnology Clothing Global Market Report 2020-30: COVID-19 Growth and Change,” the worldwide nanotechnology clothing market is expected to decline from $7.42 billion in 2019 to […]
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Nanusens surpasses funding target

Nanusens Surpasses £200,000 Funding Target, Nearing £350,000

Nanusens, a Spain-based nanotechnology company, has surpassed its £200,000 (US$259,833) initial funding target. The funding round is now nearing £350,000 (US$ 454,739) from more than 400 investors. Just six months […]
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Microbots for drug delivery

Tiny Cell-sized Microbots Could Help in Drug Delivery

Scientists have created wireless bug-shaped microrobots using nanofabrication techniques that turns a 4-inch specialized silicon wafer into a million microscopic robots in just weeks. The microbots, developed by University of […]
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Organ transplant rejection test

New Urine Test Detects Organ Transplant Rejection by Making Urine Glow

When the human body rejects a transplanted organ, it receives serious injury and it is often a biopsy that reveals the rejection. Researchers at Georgia Tech have developed a new […]
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