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Global Demand for Automotive MEMS Sensors Projected to Reach $4.7 Billion by 2020 [100%] announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Global Automotive Sensors Market with Special Focus on MEMS ...
Forensics ferret out fire beetle secret [99%]
(University of Bonn) Black fire beetles of the genus Melanophila possess unusual infrared sensors. Researchers from the University of Bonn and from the ...
Suresh Neethirajan [98%]
Suresh Neethirajan's current research interests include sensors development, Nano Engineering in Biological, Food and Agricultural systems, Biomineralization
Developing the next generation of microsensors [97%]
(California Institute of Technology) Setting the stage for a new class of motional sensors, researchers at Caltech and the University of Rochester have ...
NASA Ames Research Center [96%]
Onboard computing systems for future autonomous intelligent vehicles; High performance computing (Tera- and Peta-flops); Smart, compact sensors, ultrasmall ...
Sensors, Nanoscience, Biomedical Engineering, and Instruments [95%]
<p>In two editions spanning more than a decade, <i>The Electrical Engineering Handbook</i> stands as the definitive reference to the multidisciplinary field ...
Biological and Medical Sensor Technologies [95%]
Biological and Medical Sensor Technologies presents contributions from top experts who explore the development and implementation of sensors for various ...
Food, water safety provide new challenges for today's sensors [94%]
(DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Sensors that work flawlessly in laboratory settings may stumble when it comes to performing in real-world conditions, ...
Paddy French, Paddy [94%]
Paddy French was born in Rochford, England, in 1960.
Near-atomically flat silicon could help pave the way to new chemical sensors [93%]
Scientists have succeeded in creating near-atomically flat silicon, of the orientation used by the electronics industry, in a room temperature reaction. The ...
Oregon State Team Uses Magnetic Nanobeads for Portable 'Instant' Sensors [86%]
A team at Oregon State University is using magnetic nanobeads to assemble a microfluidic sensor to boost potency and speed of portable sensors for detecting ...
Eranna, G. [83%]
Mascini, Marco [83%]
Marco Mascini a Professor of Analytical Chemistry, based at the Department of Chemistry at the University of Firenze, Italy. He has contributed to the ...
MEMS: Applications [82%]
<p>As our knowledge of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) continues to grow, so does The MEMS Handbook. The field has changed so much that this Second ...
'Transient' electronics that fight disease and then dissolve away (w/video) [81%]
Tiny resorbable semiconductors could be used for medical implants, environmental sensors, consumer electronics.
Leeds Researchers To Earthquake-Proof Home with Auto-Released Nano-Polymers, Nanosensors [80%]
Nanoresearchers at the University of Leeds plan to employ auto-released nano-polymers and nano-based sensors to make houses more earthquake resistant.


Latest Research

The Advanced Energy Consortium (AEC), a research group comprised of the world’s top energy companies along with University of Texas and Rice University, is looking for proposals for nanosensor technologies to help with oil and gas discovery and recovery. The consortium has a $6-$7 million RFP for micro- and nanosensors pending, with the latest round closing August 20.


Jinsong Leng,

Cheung Kong Chair Professor
Harbin Institute of Technology

Yavuz, Mustafa

Mustafa Yavuz, Ph.D.

University of Waterloo


Nanophotonics Research Center - The University of Tokyo

Nanophotonics Research Center - The University of Tokyo

The Nanophotonics Research Center (NPC), NPC seeks to deepen the fundamental knowledge of nanometer-scale light-matter interactions and exploit our findings in various kinds of new principles and technologies. NPC is is the research center for nanophotonics in The University of Tokyo. and is led by the Director Prof. Motoichi Ohtsu.