NASA Created Phone Sensor To Detect Various Air Toxins

future phone, nano sensor, Air Toxins, Jing Li, NASA
A NASA scientist Jing Li invented a cell phone sensor that can test air for hazardous toxins and in the manner, even detect diseases. Originally, this minuscule chip containing 32 nano-sensor bars was devised to spot fuel leaks around launch vehicles to ensure NASA space missions’ security. The Department of Homeland Security funded that mobile accessory project and now will automatically receive the report if your smart-phone attached sensor identifies any kind of critical toxin in the air.

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