Bioactive inks printed on wearable textiles can map conditions over the entire surface of the body, including possible pathogens.
A new stretchable and conductive nanocomposite shows promise as a biocompatible material for correcting arrhythmia in patients.
In this essay, scientists from Spain and Denmark delve into the spectrum of possibilities offered by wearable and implantable healthcare devices and provide new insight into the cyborganic era.
Curious, diligent, and always positive, meet Prof. Zhenan Bao and her electronic skin.
Researchers create a soft robotic electronic skin with fingerprint-like patterns with future applications in prosthesis, wearable sensors, and medical devices.
Meeting Michael Sailor: the passion for science, the strength of cross-disciplinary research.
Researchers in China move one step closer in achieving successful nerve regeneration.
A cost‐effective, automated parasite diagnostic system that does not require special sample preparation or a trained user.
Exciting prospects for the future of manned space exploration!
German researchers are developing a technology that produces cell-based biosensors that could give machines a sense of smell.
Complex self-sorting, as seen in nature, is mimicked here using a non-invasive light-triggered system to induce self-sorting of colloidal nanoparticles.
Whilst tissue engineering has benefited modern surgery, thousands of patents fail to see real-world applications.