Inspired by sea asparagus, scientists design a conductive hydrogel that is stronger than natural rubbers and adapted for extreme environments.
Scientists develop a sensor that predicts wound healing rate with more than 70% accuracy.
Capable of measuring stress through micro gestures “EmoSense” could find its way to wearable electronics in the future.
An acid sensitive hydrogel makes it possible to detect dangerous leaks before they cause damage.
A partially edible robot based on a fully edible sensor addresses the burden of electronic waste while simultaneously acting as a nutrition source.
Cutting-edge smart packaging uses a color-changing sensor to detect food spoilage, revolutionizing quality control and safety in the food industry.
A new fire-warning technology integrated into children’s clothing can be linked up to a mobile device for early detection and proactive safety measures.
Recreating the bead-like structure of seal whiskers grants scientists insight into new underwater technologies.
A uniquely sensitive, stretchable pressure sensor for prosthetics, soft robotics, and human-machine interfaces.
With the help of machine learning, a skin-like sensor internalizes different stimuli, allowing it to read and interpret hand movement.