Find out how scientists at the material science laboratory, QMUL, develop biosensors to enhance sport performance.
Scientists from ESPRIT research explain the different types of biosensors developed to monitor biochemical and physiological changes which take place in an athelete while they are training.
Researchers from ESPRIT discuss how some biosensor operations are based on enzymes and glucose biosensors are introduced.
A team of scientists from ESPRIT highlight the importance of biosensors for athlete's training regimes.
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