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Multi-Electrode Printed Bioelectronic Patches

Multi-Electrode Printed Bioelectronic Patches

External Company Press Release
Butler Technologies Inc To Host Manufacturing Day

Butler Technologies Inc To Host Manufacturing Day

In honor of Manufacturing Day, Butler Technologies Inc is hosting an open house for community members and local schools. Butler Technologies will open its doors to the public for demonstrations, plant tours, discussions, and learning for all.
Sensor Technology Research
Aug 24, 2022
A Chip-Free, Wireless Electronic "Skin"

A Chip-Free, Wireless Electronic "Skin"

Wearable sensors are ubiquitous thanks to wireless technology that enables a person's glucose concentrations, blood pressure, heart rate, and activity levels to be transmitted seamlessly from sensor to smartphone for further analysis. Most wireless sensors today communicate via embedded Bluetooth chips that are themselves powered by small batteries. But these conventional chips and power sources will likely be too bulky for next-generation sensors, which are taking on smaller, thinner, more flexible forms.
Sensor Technology Research
Aug 5, 2022
The Bacteria Powering a Truly Green Revolution in Personal Electronics

The Bacteria Powering a Truly Green Revolution in Personal Electronics

Researchers have figured out how to engineer a biofilm that harvests the energy in evaporation and converts it to electricity. This biofilm has the potential to revolutionize the world of wearable electronics, powering everything from personal medical sensors to personal electronics.
Sensor Technology Research
Aug 3, 2022
Advanced Graphene Foam Sensors Could Transform Prosthetics

Advanced Graphene Foam Sensors Could Transform Prosthetics

A pioneering project, which aims to develop advanced sensors for use in robotic systems, could transform prosthetics and robotic limbs. The research project aims to develop sensors which provide enhanced capabilities to robots, helping improve their dexterity and motor skills, through the use of accurate pressure sensors which provide haptic feedback and distributed touch.
External Company Press Release
Intertronics Supports 3D Printed Bioelectronics Research

Intertronics Supports 3D Printed Bioelectronics Research

When the Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering at The University of Sheffield was looking for a way to accurately 3D print bioelectronic sensors, it reached out to Intertronics for support. The company supplied mixing and dispensing equipment to improve the consistency and quality of the mix, achieve better printing definition, and reduce blockages in the nozzle of the 3D printer.
Sensor Technology Research
Jul 19, 2022
Strain-Sensing Smart Skin Ready to Deploy

Strain-Sensing Smart Skin Ready to Deploy

A strain-sensing smart skin that uses very small structures, carbon nanotubes, to monitor and detect damage in large structures is ready for prime time. The "strain paint" first revealed in 2012 uses the fluorescent properties of nanotubes to show when a surface has been deformed by stress.
Sensor Technology Research
Jun 30, 2022
Wearable Chemical Sensor is Good as Gold

Wearable Chemical Sensor is Good as Gold

Researchers created a special ultrathin sensor, spun from gold, that can be attached directly to the skin without irritation or discomfort. The sensor can measure different biomarkers or substances to perform on-body chemical analysis. It works using a technique called Raman spectroscopy, where laser light aimed at the sensor is changed slightly depending on whatever chemicals are present on the skin at that point. The sensor can be finely tuned to be extremely sensitive, and is robust enough for practical use.
Sensor Technology Research
Jun 28, 2022
3D Printing Of 'Organic Electronics'

3D Printing Of 'Organic Electronics'

When looking at the future of production of micro-scale organic electronics, researchers see their potential for use in flexible electronics and bioelectronics, via multiphoton 3D printers.
Sensor Technology Research
Jun 13, 2022
Nano-Sensor Detects Pesticides on Fruit in Minutes

Nano-Sensor Detects Pesticides on Fruit in Minutes

Researchers have developed a tiny sensor for detecting pesticides on fruit in just a few minutes. The technique uses flame-sprayed nanoparticles made from silver to increase the signal of chemicals. While still at an early stage, the researchers hope these nano-sensors could help uncover food pesticides before consumption.
External Company Press Release
Butler Technologies Inc To Host Manufacturing Day

Butler Technologies Inc To Host Manufacturing Day

In honor of Manufacturing Day, Butler Technologies Inc is hosting an open house for community members and local schools. Butler Technologies will open its doors to the public for demonstrations, plant tours, discussions, and learning for all.
Sensor Technology Research
Aug 5, 2022
The Bacteria Powering a Truly Green Revolution in Personal Electronics

The Bacteria Powering a Truly Green Revolution in Personal Electronics

Researchers have figured out how to engineer a biofilm that harvests the energy in evaporation and converts it to electricity. This biofilm has the potential to revolutionize the world of wearable electronics, powering everything from personal medical sensors to personal electronics.
External Company Press Release
Intertronics Supports 3D Printed Bioelectronics Research

Intertronics Supports 3D Printed Bioelectronics Research

When the Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering at The University of Sheffield was looking for a way to accurately 3D print bioelectronic sensors, it reached out to Intertronics for support. The company supplied mixing and dispensing equipment to improve the consistency and quality of the mix, achieve better printing definition, and reduce blockages in the nozzle of the 3D printer.
Sensor Technology Research
Jun 30, 2022
Wearable Chemical Sensor is Good as Gold

Wearable Chemical Sensor is Good as Gold

Researchers created a special ultrathin sensor, spun from gold, that can be attached directly to the skin without irritation or discomfort. The sensor can measure different biomarkers or substances to perform on-body chemical analysis. It works using a technique called Raman spectroscopy, where laser light aimed at the sensor is changed slightly depending on whatever chemicals are present on the skin at that point. The sensor can be finely tuned to be extremely sensitive, and is robust enough for practical use.
Sensor Technology Research
Jun 13, 2022
Nano-Sensor Detects Pesticides on Fruit in Minutes

Nano-Sensor Detects Pesticides on Fruit in Minutes

Researchers have developed a tiny sensor for detecting pesticides on fruit in just a few minutes. The technique uses flame-sprayed nanoparticles made from silver to increase the signal of chemicals. While still at an early stage, the researchers hope these nano-sensors could help uncover food pesticides before consumption.
Sensor Technology Research
Aug 24, 2022
A Chip-Free, Wireless Electronic "Skin"

A Chip-Free, Wireless Electronic "Skin"

Wearable sensors are ubiquitous thanks to wireless technology that enables a person's glucose concentrations, blood pressure, heart rate, and activity levels to be transmitted seamlessly from sensor to smartphone for further analysis. Most wireless sensors today communicate via embedded Bluetooth chips that are themselves powered by small batteries. But these conventional chips and power sources will likely be too bulky for next-generation sensors, which are taking on smaller, thinner, more flexible forms.
Sensor Technology Research
Aug 3, 2022
Advanced Graphene Foam Sensors Could Transform Prosthetics

Advanced Graphene Foam Sensors Could Transform Prosthetics

A pioneering project, which aims to develop advanced sensors for use in robotic systems, could transform prosthetics and robotic limbs. The research project aims to develop sensors which provide enhanced capabilities to robots, helping improve their dexterity and motor skills, through the use of accurate pressure sensors which provide haptic feedback and distributed touch.
Sensor Technology Research
Jul 19, 2022
Strain-Sensing Smart Skin Ready to Deploy

Strain-Sensing Smart Skin Ready to Deploy

A strain-sensing smart skin that uses very small structures, carbon nanotubes, to monitor and detect damage in large structures is ready for prime time. The "strain paint" first revealed in 2012 uses the fluorescent properties of nanotubes to show when a surface has been deformed by stress.
Sensor Technology Research
Jun 28, 2022
3D Printing Of 'Organic Electronics'

3D Printing Of 'Organic Electronics'

When looking at the future of production of micro-scale organic electronics, researchers see their potential for use in flexible electronics and bioelectronics, via multiphoton 3D printers.
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