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.
Swiss researchers developed fibers that can detect even the slightest pressure and strain and can withstand considerable deformation.
Scientists have shown the potential of liquid crystal shells as enabling material for a vast array of future applications.
A strategy for placing bezel-less image sensors for electronic devices over the entire surface of a tetrahedral, 3D sensor is demonstrated.
Wearable electronic device can be inserted into convential wound dressings.