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August 20th, 2007

Sensor stripped for speed

Abstract:
New technology that could lead to a device capable of determining the severity of a heart attack and the most effective response - with the speed and simplicity of a home pregnancy test - has been developed.

A multidisciplinary research team at CSIRO Industrial Physics (CIP) has developed a ‘quantitative lateral flow' technique that exploits the unusual properties of nanomaterials, creating a novel and simple-to-use sensing device.

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