Scientists Develop an Electronic Nose That Can Detect Dangerous Airborne Chemicals

August 24, 2012 by  
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The human nose is an exquisitely sensitive organ, capable of recognizing over 10,000 different smells.  Yet, when toxins are in the air, it may be best to leave the sniffing to a device that can’t suffer damage from inhalation.  Scientists from the Nano Engineered Applications, Inc ., an Innovation Economy Corporation company, have developed a prototype “electronic nose” that can detect up to eight pollutants harmful to humans. Read the rest of Scientists Develop an Electronic Nose That Can Detect Dangerous Airborne Chemicals Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: airborne , bourns college of engineering , innovation economy company , nano engineered applications inc. , nanosensor array , nanotubules , nosang myung , nose , pollutant , stephen abbott , toxin , uc riverside

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Scientists Develop an Electronic Nose That Can Detect Dangerous Airborne Chemicals

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