New 3D Printed Transparent Fibers Can Sense Breath, Sound, And Biological Cells

3D Printed Fibers Sense Breath Sound
Image credit: University of Cambridge
Researchers from the University of Cambridge used 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, techniques to create electronic fibers that are a hundred times thinner than a human hair. Read […]
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