Tiny gas detection device developed

Research funded by the National Science Foundation has devised a tiny ‘electronic nose’ gas detection device by finding a way to print thin sensor films onto a microchip and as a result, a process that could eventually allow for the mass production of highly sensitive gas detectors.

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