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  • n. Plural form of nanosensor.

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Examples

  • The new 'nanosensors', which are based on a fundamental science discovery in UK, Belgian and US research groups, could be tailor-made to instantly detect the presence of particular molecules, for example poisons or explosives in transport screening situations, or proteins in patients 'blood samples, with high sensitivity.

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  • "An example would be nanosensors which are more sensitive than a dog's nose, which can detect a single molecule of a substance."

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  • Nanomaterials include nanocomposites, nanoclays, nanotubes ... nanosensors, nanoimaging and nanochips ... as well as nanofilters.

    Nanofood, Nanotech and Nanites: Quantum Effects and Fundamental Choices?

  • The Dattoos would offer: DNA-reader and identification technology, nanosensors and interactive “touch reading,” full voice interaction, bionic nano chips and various cybernetic components.

    10 Technology wonders that don’t exist yet « 10 Dots

  • The device senses chemicals in the air using a "sample jet" and a multiple-channel silicon-based sensing chip, which consists of 16 nanosensors, and sends detection data to another phone or a computer via telephone communication network or Wi-Fi.

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: November 2009 Archives

  • The promise of frictionless nanosensors and switches might make the method worth testing.

    Levitating Nanomachines | Impact Lab

  • These blue crab nanosensors will be used to improve security in airports, hospitals and other public locations by detecting tiny amounts of explosives or chemicals in air [...]

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Blue crab nanosensor to fight terrorism

  • These blue crab nanosensors will be used to improve security in airports, hospitals and other public locations by detecting tiny amounts of explosives or chemicals in air and water.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Blue crab nanosensor to fight terrorism

  • Nanomix has a similar technology using nanotube-based chemical and biological nanosensors that can detect amounts of gas with just a few molecules present with a response time of 500 milliseconds.

    Nanotech Takes On Homeland Terror

  • Novel nanosensors will allow for the rapid detection, diagnosis and prescription of antidotes to deadly biological or chemical agents--such technologies could ensure safety of both armed forces and civilian populations.

    Nanotech Takes On Homeland Terror

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