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Researchers develop flexible electronic sensor skins with extreme resilience that maintains accurate strain and temperature measurements when submerged in harsh acids or swung between scorching heat and subzero icy seawater.
Nov 27th, 2023
Researchers have created a soft artificial skin with liquid metal sensors that mimics human perception of softness and consistency across objects.
Oct 30th, 2023
Researchers have developed a new approach to improve the reliability and consistency of triboelectric sensors, bringing the technology a step closer to real-world applications. Precise UV patterning and DC charging let the devices generate consistent signals regardless of stimulation frequency.
Oct 26th, 2023
Researchers developed flexible electronic skin sensors that maintain performance across extreme temperatures and conditions. crack localization technique yields highly sensitive strain and temperature sensors on robust polymer substrates.
Oct 21st, 2023
Researchers developed a breathable, bionic skin patch that feels like real skin while continuously tracking biomarkers like glucose levels. This comfortable, multifunctional biosensor could enable personalized health monitoring.
Oct 5th, 2023
New perovskite technology combines light sensing and visual memory in an integrated device, emulating aspects of human vision to enable advanced artificial intelligence.
Sep 28th, 2023
Wearable hydrogel sensors with high sensitivity and robust performance enabled by molecular design and Kirigami structures.
Sep 21st, 2023
Researchers designed biomimetic 'stalactite' nanopores that mimic naturally occurring stalactites. The asymmetric pores could enable advancements in biosensing, energy harvesting, and filtration.
Sep 14th, 2023