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For an easy-to-make adhesive inspired by mussels, possible applications abound.
The device can conform to the shape of the brain, enabling better recording of electrical activity.
Cameras built using flexible electronics could find many uses.
Flexible sensors could give prosthetics and robots a more sensitive sense of touch.
Gentler, softer electrodes wrap around the folds of the brain to take higher-resolution measurements.
HP is testing a display that could appear in future color e-readers and tablet computers.
Photonic crystals are being used by a Toronto startup to create commercial devices that offer better color and resolution than other flexible displays.
The first commercial flexible electronics are, after more than a decade of development, finally on their way.
Company will sell materials for making organic electronics using silicon manufacturing infrastructure.