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Themed Issue on Sensor Research

last modified Jun 17, 2016 01:46 PM
The Royal Society's Interface Focus Journal has published a special issue dedicated to the research topics covered at Sensors Day 2015

The theme of the issue is "Sensors in Nature and Technology" and gives a fascinating overview of how sensors in nature serve as inspiration for novel technologies, and also vice versa, how technology gives us better clues in understanding natural systems.

The issue reflects very much the diversity and exciting science encompassed by the Sensor CDT in Cambridge, and a number of contributions are from scientists active within the CDT, including our very own student cohort, who developed a wireless sensor suite for assisted living.

The issue is available online here:
http://rsfs.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/6/4.toc

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