Professor Amine Bermak is developing a multi-purpose sensor that will detect temperature, humidity, toxic gases and the number of people in a room. Photo: David Wong
Professor Amine Bermak is developing a multi-purpose sensor that will detect temperature, humidity, toxic gases and the number of people in a room. Photo: David Wong

Tiny sensors developed by HKUST team aim to keep an eye on the air in your office

Tiny chips will monitor the air to create a better environment for workers

Professor Amine Bermak is developing a multi-purpose sensor that will detect temperature, humidity, toxic gases and the number of people in a room. Photo: David Wong
Professor Amine Bermak is developing a multi-purpose sensor that will detect temperature, humidity, toxic gases and the number of people in a room. Photo: David Wong
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