Scientists develop the smallest, cheapest electronic nose for search and rescue

Scientists from ETH Zurich have developed what they claim is the “smallest and cheapest” electronic nose for sniffing out people, designed with earthquake and avalanche rescue in mind. The nose is an array of sensors to detect various substances which, when found together, would provide the crucial “chemical fingerprint” showing the presence of human life…
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