Penn State Engineers Print Sensors Directly On Human Skin Without Using Heat

Sensors printed on skin without heat
With a novel layer to help the metallic components of the sensor bond, an international team of researchers printed sensors directly on human skin. (IMAGE CREDIT: Ling Zhang, Penn State/Cheng Lab and Harbin Institute of Technology)
Over the last few years, we have seen an increased interest in flexible sensors that provide biometric measurements with comfort to the user. Now, an international team of researchers has […]
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