Flexible Organic Transistor: Future Of Medical Implant Devices



future technology, Flexible Organic TransistorThe first flexible organic transistor developed by a research group led by Tsuyoshi Sekitani and Takao Someya of Japan Science and Technology Agency and University of Tokyo is revolutionary in its ability to endure high temperatures (up to 150 degrees Celsius). This feature will make the sterilization possible giving opportunity to use the transistor for medical research and body implant devices. In practice, this technology will assist in creating a thin film sensor to identify all kinds of swelling, as well as cancer and other diseases on early stages.
Via: GizmoWatch.com

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