The world’s smallest biosensor ready to operating without battery
The world’s smallest biosensor ready to operating without battery! Biological sensors are also currently working to detect different physiological functions, but some sensors are also used to detect the body’s internal systems. The world’s smallest biosensor has been built in this regard, which operates wirelessly with no battery.
Engineers at the National University of Singapore had previously made several battery-operated sensors, but now they have created the world’s smallest biosensor that can fit into needle-hole needles. It is designed to detect the physical anatomy of a particular patient.
The biosensor absorbs energy from the wireless system outside the body while staying inside the body and doing its work by making electricity. So, like traditional sensors, it is not necessary to replace the battery repeatedly.
This type of biosensor, which functions externally in the body, sticks to RFID. A similar system has also been used in this biosensor.
Due to its short size, even a lightweight wireless reader is brought close to the body, so the energy of its waves is small enough for a sensor. Currently, experts have not commented on its efficacy and potential.
However, his team leader, Jun Ho, has said that the sensor is not an exhibition object, but rather it can detect a variety of pathogens and diseases while in the body.