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RADICAL is building a novel type of sensor to detect radicals in the atmosphere. But why?
PhD researcher Sayantan Ghosh at HZDR describes the process behind creating our nanowire sensor foundations.
RADICAL joins a portfolio of other research projects dedicated to improving environmental monitoring and intelligence.
Collaboration with RADICAL partner, HZDR in Dresden celebrated in this latest press release.
The aim of RADICAL is to create an electronic nose to detect and measure short-lived radicals in the atmosphere.



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