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Manual gas warning device

Manual gas warning device

Korea: Scientists have developed a system to warn of emissions of deadly gases that could help save the lives of soldiers in wars in addition to mining and sewer lines.

Factories and boilers also occasionally emit many gases, including carbon monoxide and ammonia. A manual sensor can now be worn on the body as a wearable developed by Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTEC) in South Korea.

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