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A way to align nanowires could lead to better sensors and flexible displays.
Researchers have shown that ultrathin sheets of silicon can stretch in two dimensions–opening up the possibility of electronic eyeballs and smart surgical gloves.
A nanowire grid could help make large organic LED displays practical.
The flexible electric car platform is innovative, but the fuel-cell version is freighted with hydrogen’s flaws.
European researchers have built prototypes that combine plastic solar cells with ultrathin, flexible batteries. But don’t throw away your battery recharger just yet.
Military antennas are the closest application.
The first commercial flexible electronics are, after more than a decade of development, finally on their way.
Long-lasting near-infrared LEDs could be used to make cheap, flexible night-vision displays and sensors.
A new method of making ultrathin transistors could pave the way to flexible and wearable electronics.