NewsAdaptive microelectronics reshape independently and detect
environment for first time

10th March 2021by admin0
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Flexible and adaptive microelectronics is considered
an innovation driver for new and more effective biomedical
applications. These include, for example, the treatment of damaged
nerve bundles, chronic pain, or the control of artificial limbs.
For this to work, close contact between electronics and neural
tissue is essential for effective electrical and mechanical
coupling. In addition, potential applications arise from the
production of tiny and flexible surgical tools.

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