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Introducing our RADICAL nanowire fabrication partners at Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR).
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Introducing our RADICAL partners at University College Cork's Materials Chemistry and Analysis Group.
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PhD researcher Sayantan Ghosh at HZDR describes the process behind creating our nanowire sensor foundations.
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The aim of RADICAL is to create an electronic nose to detect and measure short-lived radicals in the atmosphere.
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The idea for a novel low-cost sensor to detect atmospheric radicals has had quite a journey. Here’s how it started.

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