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Artificial skin promises enhanced perception

For robotics to advance sufficiently to undertake a number of roles performed by humans, the ability for the robot to ‘sense’ the external environment needs to improve. As part of this, a ‘super-sensitive’ artificial skin has been developed.

Essential Science: Jellyfish inspired electronic skin

Inspired by aquatic life, scientists have designed an electronic artificial skin which has the capability to ‘glow’ when the surface is damaged. The application will have several medical uses.

The new hydrogel that won’t dry out

Hydrogels offer a number of interesting applications, including medicines, bioelectronics and artificial skin. While hydrogels are useful they eventually dry out. Researchers have found a new way for keeping hydrogels moist.

Sensitive 'artificial skin' may soon be a reality

A recent press release from the American Technion Society says that a team from Israel has discovered how to create flexible sensors that may one day be used for electronic skin, or e-skin.
 

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Genoskin in action in the laboratory.
Genoskin in action in the laboratory.
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Genoskin’s human skin models provide an excellent alternative to animal testing  as they contain n...
Genoskin’s human skin models provide an excellent alternative to animal testing, as they contain no animal components.
Genoskin
A soldier in the U.S. Army plays fooz-ball with two prosthetic limbs. Courtesy of the U.S. Army  by ...
A soldier in the U.S. Army plays fooz-ball with two prosthetic limbs. Courtesy of the U.S. Army, by Walter Reed photographers. Photo Courtesy of U.S. Army
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