Aerosol Jet Printing used to produce low-cost graphene food toxin sensor

Researchers based in the USA have used Aerosol Jet Printing (AJP) technology from New Mexico-based 3D printer manufacturers Optomec to develop a graphene-based electrochemical sensor for testing food. According to the study, the sensor is capable of detecting histamines (allergens) and toxins in food much faster than standard laboratory tests. The ability to alter the […]

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