|Jun 21, 2006|
|Tiny wireless Geiger counter detects radiation
|Years of research by Prof. Yogesh Gianchandani has resulted in a micro wireless Geiger counter that has the potential of replacing the current standard of large, bulky, and individually operated devices. These micro devices can be networked and coordinated to cover large areas unobtrusively, to detect, for example, radiation being emitted by dirty bombs.|
See U-M Press Release.