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Flexible electronics is now one of key technologies for electronic devices that collect information from nonplanar surfaces, ultimately enabling the realization of the trillion sensor concept and the internet of things. Both flexible discrete devices and sensors are required for integration of...
In the last few years exciting advances have been achieved in developing printing techniques for organic semiconductors, and impressive mobility values have been reported for the resulting organic field‐effect transistors (OFETs). However, not all these techniques are scalable and some of them...
Recent technological advancements have made strides in shifting clinical diagnostics from large centralized laboratories to the point of care, thus widely increasing the accessibility to such diagnostic procedures worldwide. For sickle cell disease diagnostics, many current technologies require...
Clear advantages of nanopatterned Pd/Co films over continuous Pd/Co films are demonstrated as candidates for future hydrogen gas sensing devices based upon hydrogen‐absorption‐modified ferromagnetic resonance. Nanopatterning results in a higher sensitivity to hydrogen gas and a much faster...
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