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Ultralight solar cells designed to drive drones

Ultralight solar cells designed to drive drones

Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 27, 2015
Thin ribbon of flexible electronics can monitor health, infrastructure

Thin ribbon of flexible electronics can monitor health, infrastructure

A new world of flexible, bendable, even stretchable electronics is emerging from research labs to address a wide range of potentially game-changing uses.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 24, 2015
Wireless, fully implantable device powered by body movement

Wireless, fully implantable device powered by body movement

A blue glowing device the size of a peppercorn can activate neurons of the brain, spinal cord or limbs in mice and is powered wirelessly using the mouse's own body to transfer energy.
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Biggest trends of 2015 in 3D printing

Biggest trends of 2015 in 3D printing

We usually wait until December to do a round-up of the year, but 3D printing is moving so quickly at the moment, we thought it would be good to step back and take a look at the biggest trends of the year so far.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 14, 2015
Flexible, biodegradable device can generate power from touch

Flexible, biodegradable device can generate power from touch

Scientists report the development of a biodegradable nanogenerator made with DNA that can harvest the energy from everyday motion and turn it into electrical power.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 13, 2015
Could stronger, tougher paper replace metal?

Could stronger, tougher paper replace metal?

Researchers recently discovered that paper made of cellulose fibers is tougher and stronger the smaller the fibers get.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 10, 2015
Boxfish shell inspires new materials for flexible electronics

Boxfish shell inspires new materials for flexible electronics

Engineers describe how the structure of the boxfish could serve as inspiration for body armor, robots and even flexible electronics.
Global Biotechnology Insights
Aug 7, 2015
Wearable device helps medics save lives in disasters

Wearable device helps medics save lives in disasters

Cambridge Design Partnership has announced that it has developed the world's first wearable device designed to measure and monitor the vital signs of multiple trauma patients for emergency response in disasters and battlefield situations.
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