Scientists Take Inspiration from Octopus to Create Wearable Biosensor that Sticks to Wet and Dry Skin

Octopus-Inspired Biosensor
A graphene-based adhesive biosensor inspired by octopus’ “suckers” is flexible and holds up in wet and dry environments (Image credit: ACS)
Scientists often take inspiration from nature when developing new materials. For example, octopus and mollusks can be excellent specimens of adhesive technology because their technique beats human scientists. Now, a […]
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