NewsResearchers develop wireless, ultra-thin and battery-free
strain sensors that are 10 times more sensitive

15th December 2020by admin0
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A research team from the National University of
Singapore (NUS), led by Assistant Professor Chen Po-Yen, has taken
the first step towards improving the safety and precision of
industrial robotic arms by developing a new range of nanomaterial
strain sensors that are 10 times more sensitive when measuring
minute movements, compared to existing technology.

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