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Prometheus aroma and odor sensing sensor array system
Prometheus aroma and odor sensing sensor array system

In recent years, progress in biomedical sensing technologies led to the development of several novel sensor products for new applications. The availability of advanced microfabrication and signal processing techniques that are relatively inexpensive, accurate, and reliable enabled the rapid development of novel biomedical sensors. Currently, electrochemical, optical, and acoustic wave sensing technologies have emerged as some of the most promising biomedical sensor technologies. In addition to measuring human vital signs such as cardiovascular and brain activities, blood pressure, glucose concentration, muscle activity, neurological and motor-control functions, new classes of biosensors and electrochemical sensors are being developed and deployed as non-invasive monitoring tools for clinical diagnostics.

Research activities within the Center focus on the following projects:

The Biomedical Research Laboratory contains a variety of specialized biomedical engineering sensors and measurement equipment, including: