SFU scientists developing early Alzheimer’s disease detection sensor

Researchers with the SFU Nanodevice Fabrication Group are developing a new biosensor that can be used to screen for Alzheimer’s disease and other diseases. 

“Our goal is to develop a sensor that’s less invasive, less expensive and simpler to use than existing methods," says Engineering Science Assistant Professor and the project's co-lead, Michael Adachi.

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