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The e-skin prototype from UNIST

UNIST develops smart artificial skin

Researchers at UNIST, a science and technology university based in Ulsan, Korea, have long been interested in the technology of artificial skins. Although previous studies have introduced an assortment of electronic skin (e-skin) elements, none of them were able to detect both pressure and heat with a high degree of sensitivity.

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The NUS engineering team holding up their wearable liquid-based micro-fluidic tactile sensors

NUS Singapore team develops liquid-based wearable sensors

A team from NUS Singapore led by Professor Lim Chwee Teck, department of biomedical engineering, has developed a wearable liquid-based microfluidic tactile sensor. A world’s first, it is extremely suitable for helping robots feel – for example by adding touch to robotic fingers.

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Stan Farnsworth, vice president marketing Novacentrix, with visitors at LOPEC

LOPEC 2015 records further growth

After three show days, the LOPEC, the leading European trade show for printed electronics, has ended with a significant visitor growth. More than 2300 visitors from 42 countries came to Munich’s congress centre ICM from 3 to 5 March. This means an increase by 10%.

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