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For decades, a simple and convenient way of enabling people with diabetes to monitor their own blood sugar levels has eluded medical science. Advances in nanometrology – measuring at the nanoscale – are bringing the prospect within reach with ‘smart’ tattoos.
The I-X technology is a systems integration architecture with a design based on the O-Plan agent architecture. I-X incorporates components and interface specifications which account for simplifications, abstractions and clarifications in the O-Plan work.
Water content in Oil and condition monitoring are critical to Hydrocarbon processing and transfer. Having proven the concept, HWU is developing technology to meet this need and now seeks Industry partners for research collaborations & co-development of a new range of solid state sensors for pipeline...
The optimisation and exploitation of compound semiconductors will lead to more efficient lighting, more reliable electric grids, efficient power supplies and ultra-efficient solar cells. This will reduce the consumption of fossil fuels and therefore lower greenhouse gas emissions. Other applications...
The timely diagnosis and precise identification of infectious agents remains an ever-present challenge for healthcare and biosecurity professionals. Detection of such agents is often possible through a range of assays including culture-based tests and immunoassays...
We have developed a new, highly efficient method of synthesising DNA-binding polyamides - small molecules that can be designed to target virtually any pre-determined DNA sequence and offer a potentially generic approach for the regulation of gene expression.