Materials that conform to human organs point to implantable electronics

09/16/2013 | Yahoo

Materials that match the surface characteristics of many human organs are making possible the introduction of electronics into the body, according to John Rogers of the Departments of Materials Science, Engineering and Chemistry at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and editorial advisory board member for ACS Nano. The advances mean that devices can be implanted where they're needed while still allowing for natural motion and function.

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