Wireless sensors that stick to the skin to track our health

Stanford engineers have developed a way to detect physiological signals emanating from the skin with sensors that stick like band-aids and beam wireless readings to a receiver clipped onto clothing.

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How electronic skin could help people with disabilities

Dr Anusha Withana from Sydney University has developed an « electronic skin », meaning a super-thin, hyper-flexible sticky tape that can have electronic circuits printed onto it. Once applied, people

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Liquid nano metals printed in three-dimensional structures

In a recent study on materials science and nanomedicine, Young-Geun Park and co-workers at the departments of Nanoscience, Nanomedicine and Materials Science and Engineering in the Republic of Korea developed

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Recent Developments in Printing Flexible and Wearable Sensing Electronics for Healthcare Applications

In recent years, several wearable biosensors for health monitoring have entered our daily lives and captured the attention of scientific and industry communities. Wearable biosensors are significantly attractive thanks to

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Nanoparticles at the service of gene therapy

By incorporating magnetic nanoparticles into gene therapy treated cells, British researchers were able to guide them to a tumor. The effectiveness of this treatment still to be developed is significantly

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GenesInk is developing conductive inks for a nanocellulose-based Drug of Abuse biosensing platform in the framework of the GREENSENSE project

GenesInk is a part of the GREENSENSE project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement N° 761000 since January 2018. The aim of

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