Jon Cooper, Andrew Glidle and Richard De La Rue
Biosensing now spans a range of medical, environmental and industrial applications. New optical techniques based on scattering, absorbance, transmission and photonic crystal technology will allow for compact, low-cost and reliable automatic analysis that can be easily produced on a mass scale.
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Publish Date: 01 September 2010
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