Researchers added low-cost touch sensing to objects of almost any shape.
In an important step forward for wearable electronics, researchers design and build a set of "solar glasses", which integrate transparent solar cells...
Prof. Korley and co-workers explore the design principles used to develop environmentally-responsive materials that serve as release agents, sensors, switches, and actuators.
A high-performance, flexible piezoelectric nanogenerator is fabricated to convert mechanical energy into electricity that can power a variety of devices.
Time-gated FRET-based biosensors allow the quantification of multiple nucleic acids at low nanomolar concentrations using just a single donor–acceptor pair.
A Special Issue that reports on the latest technical developments in QPI used to study the mechanisms of cancer and neurodegenerative disorders,...
The human skin is an organ with amazing sensory properties. It can pick up a variety of sensations from its environment. Mimicking...
The continued development of piezoelectric materials has led to a huge market of products (image credit: Csaba Deli/Shutterstock).
Complex multi-material tactile sensors can be printed in situ; a new route toward the biointegration of various sensors in wearable electronics.
The month’s top articles from the field of nanooptics, optoelectronics, metamaterials, optical devices, detectors & sensors, micro/nano resonators and more.