Interdisciplinary researchers develop stretchable electronic devices

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The electronic devices demonstrated in the paper can safely be worn on the scalp for days at a time.

New soft, stretchable electronic devices designed by a team including Neuroscience faculty and alumni at Beckman Institute could change the way people undergo medical tests, control prosthetic devices, and more. The innovation, which can range from the size of a postage stamp to that of entire body parts, is a shining example of what is possible through interdisciplinary collaboration. 

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