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Carnegie Mellon flexible patch

Carnegie Mellon Researchers Develop Flexible Wearable Patch That Sticks to the Skin Like a...

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) have developed smart wearable patch that can be worn like a band-aid. Their innovation, called ElectroDermis, represents new advances in electronic skin patches that are stretchy and conform to the body. The device can be used for a variety of medical, fitness, or lifestyle purposes. “We envision a future […]
Wearable biosensor for healing

Wearable Biosensors Help Wound Healing Process by Mimicking Skin

Biosensors are devices that combine a biological component with a physiochemical detector to observe and analyze how a chemical substance reacts to the body. Despite great advancements, traditional biosensor still has limitations. Researchers at Binghamton University have now developed a skin-inspired, open-mesh electromechanical sensor that is capable of monitoring lactate and oxygen on the skin, […]
Electrically conductive hydrogel

Scientists Develop Self-Healing Electrically Conductive Hydrogel

An innovative electrically conductive hydrogel that can stretch, flex, and self-heal when cut and reattached, has been developed by researchers at King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia. The invention can be helpful in a variety of applications including wearable electronics, wound healing patches, and touch-sensitive robotics. Smart patches are gaining […]