Stretchable Hydrogel Electronics




Previously, MIT engineers developed a hydrogel made of over 90% water. Now, they’ve developed a way to incorporate electronics into the hydrogel which could bridge the gap between the human body and electronics.
Read more: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
The Future of Medicine
Flexible Electronics
Wearable Electronics
Electronic Tattoos
Hydrogel
Sensors
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