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Sustainable Sensors to Detect, Predict Muscle Fatigue

Scientists have developed a sustainable, wearable bio-sensor to detect conditions like muscle fatigue, stress and dehydration by taking advantage of trove of medical information present in human sweat. “When the human body undergoes strenuous exercise, there’s a point at which…

Security vulnerability of Wireless keyboard

Researchers at Security Company Bastille have warned that most wireless keyboards can be easily intercepted allowing hackers to see what is being typed. According Bastille Research team, with a very simple dongle called Keysniffer, it is possible to snoop on…

Wireless sensors in Automobile Industry

R&D Magazine has selected Filter Sensing Technologies (FST) to receive R&D 100 Award for the RF-DPFTM particulate filter sensor. The R&D 100 Award that recognizes the top 100 new technology products of the year. MIT spinout Filter Sensing Technologies (FST)…

Sensation in Robotic Arms

Caltech biologist Richard Andersen is working to incorporate a sense of touch into the neural prosthetics he has been helping develop for years—devices implanted in the brain that allow a paralyzed patient to manipulate a robotic arm. Using funding from…

Device for Zika Virus Detection

An inexpensive device that can diagnose Zika in just a few hours has been developed. According to the James Collins, the Termeer Professor of Medical Engineering and Science in MIT’s Department of Biological Engineering and Institute for Medical Engineering and…

The Magic of Chemical Sensing on a Chip

A principal research scientist at MIT’s Microphotonics Center, Anuradha Agarwal and her colleagues have developed miniaturized mid-infrared and far-infrared sensing systems that can be tuned to detect specific materials and their concentrations. Agarwal’s miniaturized infrared detection technology research offers the…

IoT Connecting Rural and Urban India

Investors and companies are of the opinion that Internet of Things (IoT) can bring a real revolution to India by empowering millions in rural areas and connecting “humans” to the mainstream. According to Oracle India managing director Shailender Kumar “It…