Discotic liquid crystals could serve as organic power cables for novel electronic and opto‐electronic devices.
Researchers report flexible, conductive and waterproof fibers for wearable, underwater electronics.
Electronics can be transformed into a variety of complex shapes using a thermal plasticization process.
Researchers create green biocomposites for flexible, wearable electronic devices.
Researchers have found a way to produce advanced functional fabrics while retaining the wearability and durability of everyday fabrics.
Skin-friendly epidermal electronic devices fabricated using flexible, stretchable, and degradable protein-based substrates could offer a viable solution to real-time health and fitness...
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.
Magnesium batteries for high temperature use, layered cathode materials, and cathode microstructure are at the forefront of battery technology research.
A new micro-lens array technology produces high-quality 3D images that can be used to improve driver safety, vehicle function, and provide innovative...