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To the gentleman from Portugal, who asked me during the NATO ASI 'Smart Sensors and MEMS' (2003), "Where is the Nanosensors section ?" The answer, finally is, here.


Prof., Dr., Sergey Y. Yurish,


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Nanosensors in Hydrogel Enable Tracking of Transplanted Cells - Researches at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine have developed a method for in vivo monitoring of transplanted-cell viability. The researchers used nanoscale pH sensors and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to track liver cells previously transplanted into mice. This new method is likely to be an important tool for improving cell replacement therapies for conditions such as liver failure and type 1 diabetes ...




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Sensors and Nanosensors: an Overview

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World Nanosensors Markets, Frost & Sullivan, October 22, 2003, Pub ID: MC936064

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Toshikazu Nishida, Mark E. Law, Integrated Smart Nanosensors for Space Biotechnology Applications, NASA Research Briefing, September 25, 2002

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Nanotechnology: Innovation for tomorrow's world (European Commission's brochure, 2004)

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Robert W. Bogue, Nanotechnology: what are the prospects for sensors? Sensor Review, Vol. 24, Issue 3, 2004, pp.253-260

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E. Katz, Electronic Biosensors Based on Biomaterial-Nanoparticle Hybrid Systems, Smart Sensors and MEMS (Ed. by Sergey Y. Yurish and Maria Teresa S.R. Gomes), Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004, pp.447-474

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Nanotechnology: A Realistic Market Assessment, September 2012

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Shankar Ghosh, A. K. Sood, N. Kumar, Carbon Nanotube Flow Sensors, Science 14 February 2003:Vol. 299. no. 5609, pp. 1042 - 1044


Abstract: We report that the flow of a liquid on single-walled carbon nanotube bundles induces a voltage in the sample along the direction of the flow. The voltage that was produced fit a logarithmic velocity dependence over nearly six decades of velocity. The magnitude of the voltage depended sensitively on the ionic conductivity and on the polar nature of the liquid. Our measurements suggest that the dominant mechanism responsible for this highly nonlinear response involves a direct forcing of the free charge carriers in the nanotubes by the fluctuating Coulombic field of the liquid flowing past the nanotubes. We propose an explanation based on pulsating asymmetric ratchets. Our work highlights the device potential for nanotubes as sensitive flow sensors and for energy conversion

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Carbon Nanotubes Dispersion and Functionalization of Carbon Nanotubes

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Roland Piquepaille, Blue Crab Nanosensor to Fight Terrorism

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Zvi Yaniv, Prabhu Soundarrajan, Achieving the Potential of Nano Gas Sensors, Sensors Magazine, September 2006, pp. 20-23

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Sharon Smith, David J. Nagel, Nanotechnology-Enabled Sensors: Possibilities, Realities, and Applications, Sensors Magazine, November 2003

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Noise Sensitive Nanosensors

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Nanostructure Science and Technology: R&D Status and Trends in Nanoparticles, Nanostructured Materials, and Nanodevices, Ed. by R.W. Siegel, E. Hu, M.C. Roco, 1998

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Kevin Bullis, Easy-to-Make Nanosensors, Technology Review, 31 January 2007

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Prachi Patel-Predd, A Nano Pressure Sensor. Zinc-oxide nanowires that respond electrically when bent could be used to measure minute forces and pressures. Technology Review, March 2007

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Brittany Sauser, Nanosensors in Space, Technology Review, July 2007

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Berenice Baker, Bright Idea for Nanosensors, The Engineer, April 2009

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Girolamo Di Francia, Brigida Alfano, and Vera La Ferrara, Conductometric Gas Nanosensors, Journal of Sensors, Vol. 2009 (2009), pp.1-18

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Robert Bogue, Nanosensors: a Review of Recent Progress, Sensor Review, Vol.28, Issue 1, 2008, pp-12-17

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Andrea Cusano, Michele Giordano, Antonello Cutolo, Marco Pisco and Marco Consales, Integrated Development of Chemoptical Fiber Nanosensors, Current Analytical Chemistry, 2008, Vol. 4, pp. 296-315

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Ian F. Akyildiz, Josep Miquel Jornet, Electromagnetic Wireless Nanosensor Networks, Nano Communication Networks, Vol. 1, 2010, pp.3-19.

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Jing Li, Nanosensor-Cellphone Integration for Extended Chemical Sensing Network

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The Story of Graphene, NanotechWeb.org, 7 November 2011



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