A low-cost and wearable clinical device allows for easy self-examination of dental lesions.
A new stretchable and conductive nanocomposite shows promise as a biocompatible material for correcting arrhythmia in patients.
A new, flexible, and self-powered sensor made by magnetoelectric materials can convert mechanical stimuli to electrical signals for robots with a “soft touch”.
The next generation of contact lenses addresses current problems such as dry, itchy eyes.
Researchers have created a wearable device which offers unprecedented opportunities for joint rehabilitation.
“This work opens new avenues for material scientists and biologists to mimic in the lab the structure of living tissues and to upscale the production of engineered constructs.” ~ Dr. Riccardo Levato and Prof. Chris Moser.
Digital coding metasurfaces simultaneously manipulate both electromagnetic and acoustic waves for advanced cloaking or signaling devices.
Meeting Michael Sailor: the passion for science, the strength of cross-disciplinary research.