Stretchable Sensors Electronics on the Move – Dr Madhu Bhaskaran, RMIT University

Mar 2, 2018 | engineering and tech

Stretchable electronic devices have numerous applications in many fields, such as healthcare monitoring, communications and detecting dangerous substances. Dr Madhu Bhaskaran and her group at the RMIT University have developed an innovative new method for producing devices that are both stretchable and transparent.

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