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MIT Researchers Create Thin-Film Speakers


New academic paper from MIT, "An Ultra-Thin Flexible Loudspeaker Based on a Piezoelectric Micro-Dome Array." Abstract: "Ultra-thin, lightweight, high-performance, low-cost and energy-efficient loudspeakers that can be deployed over a wide area have become increasingly attractive to both traditional audio systems and emerging applications such as active noise control and immersive entertainm... » read more

Miniaturized Liquid Metal-based Flexible Electrochemical Detection System on Fabric


Researchers from Beihang University (Beijing), Zhejiang University, and Tsinghua University. Abstract "Integrated electrochemical sensing platforms in wearable devices have great prospects in biomedical applications. However, traditional electrochemical platforms are generally fabricated on airtight printed circuit boards, which lack sufficient flexibility, air permeability, and conformab... » read more

“Lab On The Skin” Monitors Multiple Biomarkers


New research from UC San Diego's Center For Wearable Sensors, "An integrated wearable microneedle array for the continuous monitoring of multiple biomarkers in interstitial fluid." Current continuous glucose monitors on the market like Dexcom only measure glucose. This device also monitors alcohol and lactate. “With our wearable, people can see the interplay between their glucose spikes... » read more