Complex multi-material tactile sensors can be printed in situ; a new route toward the biointegration of various sensors in wearable electronics.
The wettability and potential chemical reactions between four different filter materials and an aluminum alloy were investigated (Image credit: Oleksiy Mark/Shutterstock).
Strategy for all-printed Zn-Ag2O battery on a stretchable textile and photographs of sealed battery while being stretched, twisted and indented.
Using an innovative method, super-flexible graphene films are synthesized while maintaining their ultra-high thermal conductivity. (Image credit: Artbox/Shutterstock)
The UK based AMRC developed a hybrid 3D printing process that allows electrical, optical and structural elements to be introduced.
Researchers develop a vapor-coating technique to produce wearable electronic devices from conducting-polymer-coated off-the-shelf, plain-woven fabrics.
3D-printed transparent glass is prepared using a two-step method that shows promise for the creation of glass optics as well as intricate...
BYK Additives & Instruments introduce new product developments for the coating industry.
The present special issue of Advanced Engineering Materials gives an overview on the materials science and engineering activities at the Montanuniversität Leoben.
When fabric stretches, printed patterns crack and separate. This new conductive ink maintains the integrity of printed circuits for electronic textiles.