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  1. Cantilever based sensors are a promising tool for a very diverse spectrum of biological sensors. They have been used for the detection of proteins, DNA, antigens, bacteria viruses and many other biologically r...

    Authors: Ann-Lauriene Haag, Yoshihiko Nagai, R Bruce Lennox and Peter Grütter
    Citation: EPJ Techniques and Instrumentation 2015 2:1
  2. The functionality of atomic force microscopy (AFM) and nanomechanical sensing can be enhanced using higher-mode microcantilever vibrations. Both methods require a resonating microcantilever to be placed close ...

    Authors: Benjamin A Bircher, Roger Krenger and Thomas Braun
    Citation: EPJ Techniques and Instrumentation 2014 1:10
  3. We have developed a highly sensitive 3He magnetometer for the accurate measurement of the magnetic field in an experiment searching for an electric dipole moment of the neutron. By measuring the Larmor frequency ...

    Authors: Andreas Kraft, Hans-Christian Koch, Manfred Daum, Werner Heil, Thorsten Lauer, Daniel Neumann, Anatoly Pazgalev, Yuri Sobolev and Antoine Weis
    Citation: EPJ Techniques and Instrumentation 2014 1:8
  4. Here we show real-time multiple gas identification on a mobile platform through the use of an array of nanomechanical membrane-type surface stress sensors (MSS). Commercially available hardware is used to inte...

    Authors: Ricardo Jose S Guerrero, Francis Nguyen and Genki Yoshikawa
    Citation: EPJ Techniques and Instrumentation 2014 1:9
  5. We use an improved target recoil momentum spectroscopy setup to determine differential cross sections for excited metastable state production in atoms and molecules by electron impact and show its capabilities...

    Authors: Marvin Weyland, Xueguang Ren, Thomas Pflüger, Woon Yong Baek, Klaus Bartschat, Oleg Zatsarinny, Dmitry V Fursa, Igor Bray, Hans Rabus and Alexander Dorn
    Citation: EPJ Techniques and Instrumentation 2014 1:6
  6. Microcantilever sensors offer high sensitivity in the detection of adsorbed molecules based either on resonance frequency shift or changes in cantilever deflection, as both of these signals can be detected wit...

    Authors: Seonghwan Kim, Dongkyu Lee and Thomas Thundat
    Citation: EPJ Techniques and Instrumentation 2014 1:7
  7. On-chip cavity optomechanics, in which strong co-localization of light and mechanical motion is engineered, relies on efficient coupling of light both into and out of the on-chip optical resonator. Here we det...

    Authors: Bradley D Hauer, Paul H Kim, Callum Doolin, Allison JR MacDonald, Hugh Ramp and John P Davis
    Citation: EPJ Techniques and Instrumentation 2014 1:4
  8. There is an immediate need for rapid triage of the population in case of a large scale exposure to ionizing radiation. Knowing the dose absorbed by the body will allow clinicians to administer medical treatmen...

    Authors: Muriel Brengues, David Liu, Ronald Korn and Frederic Zenhausern
    Citation: EPJ Techniques and Instrumentation 2014 1:2

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