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Silk patch monitors sweat biomarkers

Wearable Patch Made Out of Silk Monitors Sweat Biomarkers in Real Time

Scientists in China have developed a semi-flexible patch that can accurately measure various health biomarkers in real time, including glucose levels, lactate and potassium. Scientists at Tsinghua University in Beijing and Northwest University in Xi’an developed this patch which is made from a silk-derived carbon material. The patch can even detect certain diseases, according to […]
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Sweat sensors for autism

Sweat Sensors to Predict Behavioral Issues in Autistic Children

Children affected by autism can become unruly and aggressive, often without any warnings. For normal people, it’s very natural to sweat when they become stressed. Now, University of Missouri (MU) researchers are looking to monitor how much autistic teens sweat in order to better understand when behavioral issues, such as aggression, are likely to occur, […]
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Eccrine sweat sensors

Eccrine Systems Will Expand R&D Capabilities to Accelerate Development of Wearable Sweat Sensors

Eccrine Systems, a pioneer in the field of wearable sweat sensors, is expanding its Research and Development capabilities in Cincinnati. The expansion will speed up development of Eccrine’s groundbreaking technology for use in medicine, industry and sport. The company, with 50 employees, expects to add 50 more over the next 3 years. Related Swedish Scientists […]
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