Stanford researchers developing ‘electronic’ skin (video)


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WASHINGTON, June 27, 2016 — The Speaking of Chemistry summer road trip continues through the Golden State. Now at Stanford, Matt Davenport and Noel Waghorn interview chemical engineer Zhenan Bao, Ph.D., and her team, who are working on materials for the future of electronics. In this video, the Stanford innovators show how they've collaborated to develop an electronic skin with applications in wearable technology and prosthetics. Check out the video here:


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