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.
L’Oréal unveiled My UV Patch, the first-ever stretchable skin sensor designed to monitor UV exposure, at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Tech electronic tattoos can monitor you health and is the first step before embedding actual machines into our skin.
Oregon-based body painter Natalie Fletcher painted these amazing optical illusions directly on human skin, with no help of Photoshop.
‘Smart Skin’ technology could provide more accurate data to airplanes and the ability to ‘feel’ the world around them.
Scientists at Harvard University, 3D printed an artificial shark skin, reducing the drag that holds you back when swimming.
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
Researchers analyzed the DNA of a European 7000 year old man and discovered he had dark skin and blue eyes.
In the video you will find out how our skin is made, for what reason, how is protecting us and why we don’t need thicker