Barium-titanate nanowires show promise for biomedical sensors

10/22/2007 | M.I.T. Technology Review

U.S. researchers are developing a barium-titanate nanogenerator that could power wireless biosensors used in detecting pathogens in water and cancer biomarkers. Laboratory studies revealed that barium-titanate nanowires can produce higher voltages than those made with zinc-oxide, a researcher said.

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