Researchers have created a wearable device which offers unprecedented opportunities for joint rehabilitation.
Researchers report flexible, conductive and waterproof fibers for wearable, underwater electronics.
A 0.2 mm thick sensor that can read fingerprints with incredible detail by detecting visible light reflected from the surface of the skin.
Prof. Jungchul Lee reports a four degrees-of-freedom direct writing technique for liquid metal patterns.
Advanced Materials Technologies celebrates its first full impact factor of 5.395.
Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences have prepared all-metallic metasurfaces as wide-angle microwave diffusers.
Sintering metal-organic decomposition inks at low temperatures for printed electronics applications.
Recyclable, paper-based electronic circuits that reduce pollution and save on resources.
Flexible physical sensing platforms for wearable electronics, soft robotics, and real-time healthcare monitoring.
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