Printed Electronics Paves the Way for Bandages, Electric Tattoos and Biosensors

Duke university printed electronics
Image credit: Duke University Pratt School of Engineering
Flexible electronics are vital for monitoring various physiological parameters. At present, manufacturing flexible electronics requires chemical baths, hardening methods, and baking in high temperature to purify the material. Now, engineers […]
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