Technical Proceedings of the 2007 Clean Technology Conference and Trade Show

Clean Technology 2007

Chapter 9: Sensors

  1. Biosensor for heavy metals using hydrothermally grown ZnO nanorod/nanotube and metal-binding peptides
    W. Jia, E.T. Reitz and Y. Lei
    University of Connecticut, US
  2. Multiplexed immunoassays by flow cytometry for detection of Clenbuterol, Chloramphenicol and sulfadimidine with high sensitivity and selectivity
    Y. Zhao, M. Zou, H. Gao, Q. Xue and P. Zhou
    The Chinese Academy of Inspection and Quarantine, CN
  3. Chemical Nano-Sensor Development and Characterization
    A.J. Jin
    Hoda Global Company, US
  4. Composite Carbon Nanostructures as Promising Carriers for Gaz Analysis
    L. Majoli, A. Evstratov, J.-M. Guillot, A. Rouvière and P. Baussand
    Ales High Mining School, FR
  5. Molecular Simulation Studies on Adsorption of Mercuric Chloride
    R.R. Kotdawala, N. Kazantzis and R.W. Thompson
    Worcester Polytechnic Institute, US
  6. Layer by Layer Fabrication of an Amperometric Nanocomposite Biosensor for Sulfite
    S.B. Adeloju and A. Ohanessian
    Water and Sensor Research Group, AU
  7. Electrochemical ‘Lab-on-a-Chip’ for Toxicity Detection in Water
    R. Popovtzer, T. Neufeld, E.Z. Ron, J. Rishpon and Y. Shacham-Diamand
    Tel Aviv University, IL
  8. Investigating the Benefit-Cost of MEMS Application for Structural Health Monitoring of Transportation Infrastructure
    M.K. Jha and A.B. Davy
    Morgan State University, US
  9. Wireless Micro and Nano Sensors for Physiological and Environmental Monitoring
    B. Kaminska
    Simon Fraser University, CA
  10. Electrospun TiO2 nanofibers for gas sensing applications
    I-D Kim, A. Rothschild, H.L. Tuller, D.Y. Kim and S.M. Jo
    Korea Institute of Science and Technology, KR

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