NewsGraphene made with lasers for wearable health
devices

3rd September 2021by admin0
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Graphene, hexagonally arranged carbon atoms in a
single layer with superior pliability and high conductivity, could
advance flexible electronics according to a Penn State-led
international research team. Huanyu “Larry” Cheng, Dorothy Quiggle
Career Development Professor in Penn State’s Department of
Engineering Science and Mechanics (ESM), heads the collaboration,
which recently published two studies that could inform research and
development of future motion detection, tactile sensing and health
monitoring devices.

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