nanotechnology

NEA Collaborates with Cancer Prevention Institute of California to Advance the Development of Breath Analysis Technology

Today NEA made an exciting announcement - we have signed a collaboration agreement with the Cancer Prevention Institute of California (CPIC) to set the ground work needed to identify specific cancer biomarkers in exhaled breath. NEA’s nanomaterial-based gas sensor can detect multiple analytes simultaneously, making it a good candidate to be used for noninvasive early disease detection with...

News: The Press Enterprise: "Robots, High Tech Help for Humans"

Nano Engineered Applications was featured in a post by The Press Enterprise. Nosang Myung, a chemical and environmental engineering professor at UC Riverside, also doesn’t have a name for the robot he is developing in partnership with Nano Engineered Applications. Myung said the robotic rover, about the size of a human hand, is designed to roll across the ground on wheels and sniff for the...

Nuuma

Nuuma is a tiny nano-based sensor being designed to detect airborne gases at the parts-per-billion (ppb). Imagine Nuuma as a “digital nose” for mobile devices, with potential consumer and professional uses ranging from testing indoor/outdoor air quality to early disease detection to homeland security. The nano-sensors are being designed to be miniaturized (as small as 5mm by 5mm), low-power, high...