Batteryless and wireless device detects coronavirus with magnetostrictive composite plates

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What if you could tell if your surroundings contained COVID-19 particles or droplets the moment they or you entered the vicinity? This is now closer to reality. A research group has engineered a batteryless, self-powering device that can wirelessly transmit the detection of coronavirus in the air.

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