Biosensors are analytical devices that include a sensor system and a transducer, as well as other biological detecting elements. When compared to any other currently available diagnostic device, these sensors are superior in terms of selectivity and sensitivity. These Biosensors' principal uses are in environmental pollution management, agriculture, and the food industry. Biosensors have four primary characteristics: stability, cost, sensitivity, and repeatability. A biosensor is the abbreviated form of biological sensor. A transducer and a biological ingredient, such as an enzyme, antibody, or nucleic acid, make up the device.
The application of electrical engineering principles to biology, medicine, behaviour, or health is known as bioelectronics. It develops innovative devices or processes for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease, as well as patient rehabilitation and health improvement. It advances fundamental concepts, creates knowledge from the molecular to the organ systems levels, and develops innovative devices or processes for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease, as well as patient rehabilitation and health improvement. Bioelectronics is a field that studies the interaction of electronics and living processes. Bioelectronic devices can assess and even harness biological activity, having applications in fields like healthcare monitoring and disease treatment. Many of the recent research in soft electronics is about the mechanical properties of the device closely resembling those of organic tissues. Conformal and sturdy epidermal and implanted devices require such qualities.