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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...
Using low-cost LIDAR technology, researchers have successfully demonstrated 3D imaging. Stanford University researchers have developed a novel method for ordinary image sensors to sense light in three dimensions. With this technology, cameras will be able to estimate the distance between...
Stanford University chemical engineer Zhenan Bao and her research team, after more than three years of hard work, have developed a proof-of-concept of a reshapable display. This display is made up of stretchy polymers and synthetic plastic materials. It...
The recent discovery could be used in applications, from self-powered wearable devices and sensors to lightweight aircrafts and vehicles It is encouraging to see the progress in the development of efficient and powerful solar cells. Materials exhibiting ferroelectricity, flexibility and...
The robotic gripper uses Van der Waals force for grasping soft objects with delicate strength to avoid damaging them A robotic hand is known to be powerful enough for firmly clamping and picking up a rigid object - no matter...
 
 

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