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Imperial College London Soft medical sensors

Researchers Develop Soft Medical Sensors by Bonding Rubber and Electrical Components

The increased use of digital technologies for improved health care is driving the need for soft sensors. Scientists have long been trying to develop...
Wearable for Infants’ blood oxygen

WPI Researchers Develop Flexible Wireless Oxygen Sensor for Monitoring Infants

Researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) in Massachusetts have developed a prototype flexible sensor the size of a Band-Aid that will measure a baby’s...
Duke university printed electronics

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

Flexible electronics are vital for monitoring various physiological parameters. At present, manufacturing flexible electronics requires chemical baths, hardening methods, and baking in high temperature...
Flexible Graphene Photodetectors

Flexible Graphene Photodetectors Accurately Measure Health Data in Wearables

Wearable health and wellness devices such as smartwatches and fitness trackers use optical detection to monitor vital health data. However, this rigid technology hinders...
Stretchable Electronics Market

Report: Stretchable Electronics Market Will Grow to $500M Within a Decade

Stretchable electronics is a technology for building electronic circuits by depositing stretchable electronic devices and circuits onto stretchable substrates or embed them entirely in...
Stanford BodyNet flexible sensors

Stanford Scientists Develop Fully Flexible Wireless Sensors for Tracking Health

For monitoring health or conduct studies, flexible body-worn sensors are the best choice for wearable device developers. However, sensors currently available are bulky and...