China’s Tsinghua University Designs Multilayer Graphene Epidermal Electronic Skin

Scientist from China’s Tsinghua University has developed a graphene tattoo-like electronic skin that could be used as biological sensor with medical application. Electronic skin is an important biomedical sensor that is flexible and stretchable, with high sensitivity and comfort. It can sense body conditions such as pressure, temperature and heart beat. Due to graphene’s flexibility and conductivity, it is an ideal material for electronic skin. A team led by Prof. Ren Tianling, a vice director at its sensor technology of …

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