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Liquid graphene sensor may save li'l lives

Gizmag - Tue 9 Jan 18

Scientists at the University of Sussex have created a sensor that could someday keep babies from dying of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). It takes the form of a flexible rubber ...

Physicists design potentially life-saving health monitor technology

Phys.org - Tue 9 Jan 18

Sick babies in remote parts of the world could be monitored from afar thanks to new wearable technology designed by physicists at the University of Sussex. And parents at home, concerned about ...

Fitbit-style baby monitor could help prevent cot deaths

Daily Mail - Tue 9 Jan 18

Created at the University of Sussex, fluid inside the device is made from a graphene emulsion which conducts electricity and can measure changes in breathing and blood pressure.

Potentially Life-saving ‘Health Monitor’ Technology Developed

Laboratory Equipment - Wed 10 Jan 18

NewsSick babies in remote parts of the world could be monitored from afar, thanks to new wearable technology designed by physicists at the University of Sussex.Contributed Author: University ...

Graphene gives strain sensor added sensitivity for medical monitoring

The Engineer - Wed 10 Jan 18

A new liquid-based strain sensor developed at Sussex University promises to monitor respiratory conditions more accurately and affordably thanks to the use of graphene. The unobtrusive strain ...

Potentially life-saving health monitor technology designed by Sussex University physicists

Eurekalert - Tue 9 Jan 18

Wearable monitor to detect heart and breathing abnormalities in babies. Data sent to mobile devices alerts parents, carers and medical response teams. Technology is affordable as it uses grapheme.