Wearable Graphene Sensors for Healthcare

Wearable graphene sensors to measure pulse rate and blood oxygen levels offer potential for health care providers. The sensors use quantum dots. “Graphene coated with nanoparticles has been used to make wearable light sensors that measure the human pulse and...

Biosensor Technology for Safe Stem Cell Therapies

Better biosensor technology may help lead to safe stem cell therapies for treating Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. The technology features a unique graphene and gold-based platform. “A Rutgers-led team has created better biosensor technology...

Graphene-Based NO₂ Detectors

Graphene-Based NO₂ Detectors could be Cheap and efficient. NO₂ sensors measure changes in graphene’s electrical resistance to record pollutant levels. Graphene Flagship partners at the National Physical Laboratory, UK, and Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden,...

Graphene Sensing Patches

Graphene sensing patches which “can react to a slight change in wound parameters with high sensitivity” have been developed by Grapheal. “A company in France – Grapheal – developed graphene sensing patches app technology which measures and stores...

Graphene Sensing Smart insoles for Diabetic Patients

Researchers are developing a graphene sensing system that detects early signs of foot ulcers before they form so people living with diabetes can access preventative healthcare and confidently manage their health. “Stevens Institute of Technology has signed an...

Graphene Filter to Trap Bacteria

Using a graphene filter to trap bacteria may be of great benefit to hospitals where special ventilation is needed. Another application would be filtering air on commercial aircraft. “Airborne bacteria may see what looks like a comfy shag carpet on which to...