Scientists print wearable sensors directly on skin without heat, at room temperature.
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Scientists have developed electronic artificial skin that reacts to pain just like real skin.
Engineers discover the possibility of using pencils to draw bioelectronics on human skin.
Scientists have developed a new type of malleable, self-healing and fully recyclable ‘electronic skin,’ that has applications in robotics and prosthetics.
Scientists at MIT created an invisible second skin cream, that disappears wrinkles.
Extremely thin flexible e-skin display, measures the oxygen concentration of blood when laminated on a finger.
Scientists created for the first time, artificial skin with a sense of touch, just like real skin. Image credit Bao Research Group, Stanford University
A next generation skintight spacesuit will help mankind explore space. The MIT BioSuit, improving astronaut mobility by reducing mass compared to existing gas-pressurized models.
‘Smart Skin’ technology could provide more accurate data to airplanes and the ability to ‘feel’ the world around them.
This thin, soft stick-on patches, that stretch and move with the skin, incorporate off-the-shelf chip-based electronics for sophisticated wireless health monitoring. Image © John A. Rogers