Lihe Technology Investment Company Holds Symposium on Graphene Sensors and Testing Technology
On September 12, experts and scholars from various industries including the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, universities, and medical circles gathered in Beijing to hold a seminar on human yang (energy) graphene sensors and testing technology. The conference was hosted by Shenzhen Diwang New Material Technology Co., Ltd.
How to combine modern sensing technology with graphene, the most excellent material in the 21st century, to become a booster for the modernization of Chinese medicine?
Sensing technology expert Feng Guanping and his team discovered that using the special properties of graphene, far-infrared energy can be efficiently radiated under extremely low voltage conditions. This far-infrared spectrum is highly simulated with the energy generated by qigong masters. Contact with the human body means resonating with human cells, and a large amount of energy will be absorbed by the human body. On-site testing and found that this performance is unique to single-layer graphene, while showing that carbon fiber and the so-called far infrared generated by the so-called graphene black film do not have this feature. In addition, human bodies of different constitutions show obvious differences in the absorption of graphene energy. This phenomenon may provide a new idea for the quantitative test of human yang (energy), and is expected to provide a quantifiable indicator for the modernization of Chinese medicine.
Graphene has excellent electronic, optical, thermal and mechanical properties. It is not only the lightest, thinnest and strongest material, but also has excellent conductivity and transparency. In the field of materials science and technology, graphene is considered to be the most promising new material, and scientists even predict that graphene technology is very likely to set off a disruptive new technology and new industrial revolution sweeping the world.
Merene Medical Center Chinese physician Chen Wenliang introduced the diagnosis report of the use of the human yang (energy) sensor. The report shows that the graphene sensor has been used to detect and diagnose the human body (energy) condition of hundreds of people, and through the comparison of traditional Chinese medicine diagnostic methods, it is found that the graphene sensor human body detection is basically the same as the traditional Chinese medicine diagnosis, and the human body yang (energy) Sensors and testing technology have extremely broad medical application value.
At the seminar, more than 20 experts and scholars put forward positive and effective constructive opinions on the technical improvement and future development of the human body yang (energy) graphene sensor. Xu Xiangsheng, a visiting professor at the Mannheim Hospital of Heidelberg University, Germany, believes that graphene sensor technology combines modern technology with traditional medicine. It resonates with human cells and tissues through the principle of far-infrared wavelengths close to the human body, which has opened up in biomedical research. New Field. Duan Zhonggao, a researcher at the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, said that the research on sensors in modern medicine is becoming more and more extensive. The Internet is changing the medical model and also driving the application of sensors. The combination of graphene materials and traditional Chinese medicine is promising in traditional Chinese medicine diagnosis and monitoring. In the future, data collection will be further expanded, cases will be increased, and laws related to human health will be found.
In the future, the graphene industry will also open up new horizons on the road to modernization of Chinese medicine.