Researcher develops nanosensor for bloodless glucose testing

05/12/2010 | MassDevice.com (Boston)

A researcher at Draper Laboratories in Cambridge, Mass., has created an implantable nanosensor that can evaluate glucose levels in the blood without the need for pinpricks. The device switches colors according to chemical changes in the bloodstream. The research team is exploring other types of sensors that can be used in other applications, such as in measuring nutrient level in the blood.

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