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A new Oxford Sparks animation 'Can we make a sensor that can match a sniffer dog?' we learn about chemiresistive sensors, a new type of sensor that may be able to match the noses of our furry friends.

New Oxford Sparks animation: Can we make a sensor that can match a sniffer dog?

When it comes to sensing potentially-dangerous vapours, sniffer dogs are still considered the gold standard. In this animation we learn about chemiresistive sensors, a new type of sensor that may be able to match the noses of our furry friends.

Watch Oxford Sparks animation to find out more (Oxford Sparks website)