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Carbon nanotubes are encapsulated within a hydrogel, allowing them to be implanted under the skin. Photo: Bryce Vickmark

Read: Nanotube-Based Sensors Can Be Implanted Under the Skin for a Year

Postdoc Nicole Iverson and Professor Michael Strano in their lab, where they have developed new carbon nanotube sensors that can be implanted under the skin. Photo: Bryce Vickmark

Postdoc Nicole Iverson demonstrates the instrument used to measure the fluorescent signal from nanotube sensors that detect nitric oxide. Photo: Bryce Vickmark

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