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Programmed silk wearables

South Korean Scientists Program Silk for Wearable Electronics

With the rise of health monitoring wearables, there’s an increasing interest and demand for epidermal electronics. While a strong interface between a sensor and...
Parkinsons wearable sensors

Which Data are Worth Collecting Through Wearable Sensors for Parkinson’s Disease Symptoms

Although wearable devices can automatically detect Parkinson’s disease symptoms and inform clinicians about the progression of disease, the machine learning algorithms must be trained...
Carbon Nanofibers power

Open-Mesoporous Carbon Nanofibers May Provide Power to Flexible Power Sensors

As wearable technology is becoming popular in the healthcare sector, the demand for lightweight and flexible power source is increasing by the day. Scientists...
Shunt wearable sensor

This Wearable Skin Sensor Could Improve the Lives of People with Hydrocephalus

Hydrocephalus, a condition in which there is an accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) within the brain, can be treated with a shunt system, and...
Force touch sensor

Researchers Develop High-performance Flexible Transparent Force Touch Sensor for Wearable Devices

Researchers at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have produced a high-performance and transparent nanoforce touch sensor by developing a thin,...
Solar-Powered Heart Monitor

Japanese scientists Develop Solar-Powered Wearable Heart Monitor That Can Be Taped to Skin

As far as advancements in wearables go, we’ve seen Apple Watch equipped with an FDA-approved EKG sensor and smartglasses that can cure your jet...