NewsGrabbing viruses out of thin air: The ongoing quest to
fabricate functional biosensors

25th November 2020by admin0
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The future could hold portable and wearable sensors
for detecting viruses and bacteria in the surrounding environment.
But we’re not there yet. Scientists at Tohoku University have been
studying materials that can change mechanical into electrical or
magnetic energy, and vice versa, for decades. Together with
colleagues, they published a review in the journal Advanced
Materials about the most recent endeavors into using these
materials to fabricate functional biosensors.

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