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A team of bioengineers at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering has invented a novel soft and flexible self-powered bioelectronic device. The technology converts...
One of the drawbacks of wearable devices is energy. These devices need small and flexible batteries that do not need charging. Currently, the batteries used in these devices are not […]
Researchers at the ETH spin-off Mithras Technology have developed wearable thermoelectric generator (TEG) sensors that can harvest energy from the wearer’s own body. Wearable devices like hearing aids are extremely […]
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) have developed liquid metal for processing with a 3D printer. Soft, stretchable materials that are also electrically conductive are hard to come by. It’s […]
We’ve all heard about radio waves. These are signals permeated by microwaves and Wi-Fi connections. However, these are not just mere signals of energy consumed but are also sources of […]
Designers are often challenged with the tradeoff between small size and long runtime for wearable and IoT applications. Addressing that challenge is MAX20361, a single-/multi-cell solar harvester with maximum power […]