NSF funding could make ceramic-based disease-monitoring breathalyzers a reality

December 2012
American Ceramic Society Bulletin;Dec2012, Vol. 91 Issue 9, p14
The article reports on the grant given to U.S. engineering and materials science professor Perena Gouma to study the use of ceramic-based breathalyzers in detecting and monitoring diseases.


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