News - 30 Mar 2010
A research project, supported by the U.S. Department of Energy, the National Science Foundation, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, has developed nanometer-based sensing devices that...
News - 23 Jul 2020
An invention might change one of the most extensively used materials for biomedical applications into wearable devices that can help track cardiovascular health.
A team from Purdue University...
News - 20 Nov 2010
A group of researchers, guided by Prof. Keon Jae Lee of KAIST, Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering and Prof. Zhong Lin Wang, of Materials Science and Engineering at Georgia Institute of...
Article - 24 Jul 2012
This article focuses on the structural and functional principles to piezoelectric technology and it's application in renewable energy.
News - 9 Dec 2020
A stretchable system that can harvest energy from human breathing and motion for use in wearable health-monitoring devices may be possible, according to an international team of researchers, led by...
News - 22 May 2020
At the University of Surrey, a team of researchers has now developed a new biodegradable motion sensor.
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The new motion sensor opens the door for implanted...
News - 19 Mar 2019
Envisage a device that has the ability to withstand even the most extreme fires so that it can automatically alert others when a firefighter becomes immobilized on the job.
Now, scientists from...
News - 27 Jun 2011
Research teams from the US and Korea have developed a self-powered sensor, which can detect the presence of mercury in water. This sensor is based on a nanomaterial.
Zhong Lin Wang and his...
News - 25 Jun 2020
According to Smokey Bear, an American campaign and advertising icon of the U.S. Forest Service, only people can prevent wildfires. But what if a high-tech backup can help?
MSU’s Changyong Cao...
News - 26 Mar 2019
Stretchable electronics is emerging as a promising new technology for next-generation wearable devices, according to a review published in Science and Technology of Advanced Materials.