Smartphone sensor to tell how well you sleep
Smartphone sensor to tell how well you sleep

A new sensor, once connected to a smartphone, can tell how well you sleep apart from monitoring the air quality around it.

'Intelligent' diaper can send SMS when soiled
'Intelligent' diaper can send SMS when soiled

For elderly and bedridden patients, diapers could soon come with a sensor that alerts caregivers by SMS when they are soiled.

New sensor can help Siri hear you through a noisy party!

Scientists have developed a new sensor that can help your smartphone hear voice instructions in loud environments.

Google's Life Sciences developing bandage-sized glucose monitors
Google's Life Sciences developing bandage-sized glucose monitors

Google's Life Sciences division, which is now a subsidiary of the much-talked about Alphabet, is developing a bandage-sized, cloud-connected sensor to help people monitor their glucose levels.

Now, a device to asses your health through sweat!
Now, a device to asses your health through sweat!

Scientists have developed a new wearable device that can provide significant information about one’s health merely by assessing the sweat.

New sensor detects spoilage of food

Scientists have developed a new sensor that detects ethanol emitted from the spoilage of foods into the head-space of a package.

Sensor to help robots read human expressions
Sensor to help robots read human expressions

A team of researchers here has created a stretchable and transparent sensor that could help robots read human facial expressions -- from smiling and frowning to brow-furrowing and eye-rolling.

New sensor to prevent drunk driving

A new sensor that can sniff out when a driver is drunk from their sweat and prevent them from driving has been developed.

Sensor that can detect spoiled food
Sensor that can detect spoiled food

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have devised an inexpensive sensor that can tell consumers if the food in their grocery store or refrigerator is safe to eat.

New sensor detects concealed water damage

 A Finnish innovator has developed a new sensor that can detect concealed water leakage before it causes wide damage.

New device to check blood sugar in diabetics!

A new device have been developed to monitor blood sugar levels in diabetics.

Build sensors at home with high-tech pens

Engineers have developed a new simple tool that can help you build a sensor anywhere.

Sensor-packed smartphones can read your mood, guard data
Sensor-packed smartphones can read your mood, guard data

Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, are developing sensor-packed smartphones that can read a user's mood, guard data, protect financial transactions and render passwords obsolete.

New 'sock sensor' may revolutionize Alzheimer's care

 A 15-year-old has developed a sensor that can be attached to a foot or a sock of an Alzheimer's patients, revolutionizing care.

Soon, sweat to power small electronic devices

Researchers at the University of California San Diego have designed a sensor in the form of a temporary tattoo that can monitor a person`s progress during exercises. It can also generate electricity from their perspiration.

Now, smartphone sensor to monitor air pollution in real time

What if your old smartphone could tell you about the pollution and dust levels present in air and could save you from various health problems?

`Smart` eye-embedded device can manage glaucoma better

In a ray of hope for glaucoma patients, engineers have designed a first of its kind electronic sensor that can be placed permanently in a person`s eye to track changes in eye pressure.

New ultra tiny sensor cleans your arteries sans surgery

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a 1.4-millimeter silicon chip that takes real-time 3D images from inside the heart, coronary arteries, and surrounding blood vessels.

New device to detect disease with drop of blood

Scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have developed a gen-next device that may enable detection of disease or virus from just one drop of liquid, including blood.

Soon, camera with no lens

The sensor also compresses the images that it captures in contrast to current compression systems, which squash images after they are taken.