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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WEBINAR : Pushing the limits of fine lines and ultra-thin substrate in electronic screen printing

The development of IoT, sensors and smaller electronic devices pushes printed electronic manufacturing towards its limit. Form factor reduction is a must, and screen-printed electronics require now finer printed lines

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University of Florida researchers demonstrate safety of silver nanowires used for next generation touchscreens

An unexpected ability of cells to bend metal determines the safety of silver nanowires — highly conductive nanomaterials a thousand times thinner than a human hair that are being used

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Nanosilver ink promises more efficient transparent conductive films

As the appetite grows for devices based on transparent conductive film, cheaper and more flexible formulations have to be found. CLEARSILVER pioneered a nanosilver and nano zinc-oxide printing process suited

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Japanese screen-printing experts demonstrate printed electronic on thin film

Printing electronics on 25µm thin film is now a reality making 35µm thick FPCB possible. Printing conductive lines on thin film has always been a problem: substrate wrinkling, poor adhesion

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TEESMAT – An open innovation Test bed for Electrochemical Energy Storage MATerials

              Project overview Despite more than 200 years of development of batteries, the physical limits of battery performance are far from being reached. The

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