NewsNanosensors designed to detect plant hormones

2nd September 2021by admin0
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Researchers from the Disruptive & Sustainable
Technologies for Agricultural Precision (DiSTAP) Interdisciplinary
Research Group (IRG) of Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and
Technology (SMART), MIT’s research enterprise in Singapore and
their local collaborators from Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory
(TLL) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU) have developed the
first ever nanosensor to enable rapid testing of synthetic auxin
plant hormones. The novel nanosensors are safer and less tedious
than existing techniques for testing plants’ response to compounds
such as herbicide, and can be transformative in improving
agricultural production and our understanding of plant
growth.

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