Nanoceramic sensors for medical applications

Gouma, Perena
September 2012
American Ceramic Society Bulletin;Sep2012, Vol. 91 Issue 7, p26
The article discusses the developments in the ceramics industry, particularly on the nanoceramic sensors for medical applications. It focuses on the fabrication of one-dimensional nanoceramics and their emergence as feasible solutions for noninvasive medical diagnostics. It claims that ceramic sensor technology and nanomedicine can be used in conducting breath-based diagnostics. INSET: Center for Nanomaterials and Sensor Development.


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