biomedical sensors

Scientists Develop Stretchy Biosensor Using Chewing Gum-1

Scientists develop stretchy biosensors using carbon nanotube-laced chewing gum

Today’s biomedical sensors come in a variety of shapes and forms, including temporary tattoos that can measure the wearer’s blood glucose level, innovative 3D-printed electronic Jell-O and even tiny edible electronic pills that are in turn powered by our own stomach acids. As part of a recent project, scientists have developed yet another ingestible medical…



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