Electronic Nanomesh for Long-Term Wearables

Electronic Nanomesh for Long-Term Wearables
A lightweight electronic nanomesh that can be worn for weeks could open the door to long-term monitoring in athletics and medicine.

The electrode nanomesh was developed by the University of Tokyo as an alternative to the stiff and non-breathable plastic films commonly in use. The mesh is made up of a polymer compound that will conform to the skin when sprayed with water, resulting in a safe and comfortable wearable device.

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