2021-011 – Nanowire/graphene Core/Shell Materials on RFID Tags for Sensing Live Coronaviruses / Viruses

This low-cost, real-time, and generalizable and further-developable biosensor can detect live cells in fields of basic and applied biomedical research, and generalizable in all cell biology labs, which can help largely reduce the cost, time and manpower in drug screening, vaccine development, and clinical diagnostics of COVID-19. A need for diverse live cell virus detection system that reduce cost and increase efficiency and accuracy that also can be used for and in unison with multiple applications. Technology Ventures ventures@uark.edu 479-575-7243

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