Novel Virus-Based Colorimetric Sensor Can Show True Colors of Airborne Threats

Colorimetric sensors are easy-to-use devices that can reveal information, such as humidity, acidity, or the concentration of certain chemicals, through color changes and an intuitive interface; Photo Courtesy: Shutterstock

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GIST is a research-oriented university & a prestigious school in science and technology, located at Gwangju, South Korea. Visit: https://www.gist.ac.kr/en/

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Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST)

Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST)

GIST is a research-oriented university & a prestigious school in science and technology, located at Gwangju, South Korea. Visit: https://www.gist.ac.kr/en/

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