Graphene Tooth Nanosensor

 A team from Tufts University and Princeton University have developed a wireless graphene nanosensor printed on water-soluble silk that can be applied to biomaterials like human teeth. The nanosensor is sensitive enough to detect bacterial contamination and infection. Further applications of the sensor may include printing on biological tissues and hospital IV bags to provide “battery-free, remote monitoring.”
(Source Link: NanoWerk)

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