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Researchers at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Have invented pressure sensors using cellulose papers that can achieve high sensitivity requirements Pressure sensors have a wide range of applications in industries and healthcare applications as they need accurate and precise...
An international team have developed an implantable biosensor  for monitoring nitric oxide to detect the onset of osteoarthritis Early diagnosis of degenerative diseases such as osteoarthritis is not possible using conventional methods which can increasingly deteriorate over time. Hence, Cheng...
Researchers from the American Chemical Society have developed a biodegradable  magnetic millirobot that exhibits insect-like flexibility Millirobots already exist and are being used for various biomedical applications such as drug delivery or carrying out minimally invasive surgery. These mini robots...
Scientists at UCLA developed a programmable, flexible, waterproof, and wearable Human-Machine Interface which can be used to control machines, computers, music players, and other systems Scientists invented the system which is built around a soft magnetoelastic sensor array that transforms...
The activity of neurotransmitters — chemical messengers that nerve cells use to communicate — in the bodies of living animals might be measured using NeuroString, a soft, flexible sensor. This new sensor was detailed in the publication "A tissue-like neurotransmitter...
Researchers at TU/e have devised a method for producing flexible, thin, and precise sensor electronics that can help robots detect humans.  “Many industrial operations require close human-robot interactions”, says researcher Marco Fattori from the department of Electrical Engineering and the...
Why does the cookie’s cream stick to just one wafer when twisted apart? The answer could be a groundbreaking discovery for 3D printing and flexible electronics. When you twist an Oreo cookie open to get to the creamy middle, you're...
The method enables prototyping and testing of new designs much faster while reducing developing costs by great extent Wearable sensors ranging from adhesive skin bandages to stretchable implants on organs monitor health or diagnose illnesses and are of huge help for...
Beneficial for athletes, now muscle fatigue can be checked in real-time by monitoring pH levels of sweat that occur after heavy exercise Taking forward their 2019 research on MXene composite electrode that could absorb perspiration and detect several analytes in...
Developed using screen printing, the internal structure of the new battery is made to be a much better eco-friendly option In a step towards realising the recyclability of e-waste, and also powering flexible electronics such as foldable smartphones and biomedical...
 
 

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