By Rose Ragsdale
For Metal Tech News 

Device unlocks path to better implants

Gold sensor enables next-generation treatments for chronic ills Metal Tech News - May 1, 2023


Last updated 5/8/2023 at 11:40am

A strip of mesoporous gold film being applied to the back of a hand.

The University of Queensland

Using a novel hybrid fabrication process, University of Queensland researchers Mostafa Kamal Masud and Aditya Ashok have created a mesoporous gold film that acts as an electrode for biosensing and bioimplant applications.

Researchers at The University of Queensland's Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology in Brisbane have developed a small sensor made from gold film that is both flexible and sensitive enough to enable a more streamlined future for electronic medical implants and real-time sensing applications.

Principle investigators, Mostafa Kamal Masud, Ph.D., and Ph.D. candidate Aditya As...

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