A nanochip that identifies the smell of drugs
Beeps By | May 09 2018

Researchers have developed an economical engineered nanochip that can identify the smell of cocaine. This chip could be integrated into hand-held portable devices. It can detect drugs in biological samples such as blood, breath, urine or spit within minutes. The sensing method used in the chip is the surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS).

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