An elastomeric substrate to support flexible, biocompatible electronic devices.
This month's Advanced Engineering Materials covers and top papers!
Edible electronics: a new class of electronics materials that are compatible with the gastrointestinal tract.
Researchers from Mainz and Aschaffenburg use a sugary material to help save our depleted ozone layer.
On the 1st and 2nd of October 2018 in Frankfurt/Main, Germany, experts from academia and industry, suppliers and users will discuss how...
A novel on-chip dense waveguide sensor to detect single unlabeled nanoparticles.