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A new approach avoids flexible electronics.
A nanowire grid could help make large organic LED displays practical.
New research shows how arrays of tiny electronic devices can achieve human-skin-like sensitivity to mechanical force.
A new computer program accurately predicts the behavior of proposed materials, which means faster development of new electronics and solar cells.
An inflatable catheter covered with stretchy sensors could make cardiac procedures shorter and safer.
High-performance disposable electronics could improve the quality of inexpensive tests.
Electronics printed on flexible glass could challenge LCDs in many devices.
New flexible electronics can better chart the heart’s electrical activity.
Biodegradable circuits could enable better neural interfaces and LED tattoos.
By integrating sensors into a plastic fiber, researchers make a large, flexible camera.