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Ladybug wings could lead to new foldable technologies

Tokyo - In an example of biology meeting physics, the study of ladybug wings could lead to new types of foldable technologies and flexible electronic devices.

New generation of electronics to be ‘flexible like skin’

The future direction of electronic devices is centered on flexibility. This is a key design requirement for wearables as well as for portable devices. To achieve this flexibility needs to extend to every aspect of the device.

Freezing lithium batteries makes them safer

Researchers have used a process called ice-templating to control the electrolyte structure in lithium batteries. The process is non-flammable, non-toxic and flexible, and leads to longer battery life.

Pulsed light technique promises flexible electronics

A new process, using pulsed light, could provide the basis for a new generation of flexible electronic devices. The new technique involves varying the density of the treated conductive material.

New graphene based material leads to flexible screens

Exeter - A new technique, using the carbon based material graphene, should mean that fold-away electronics are a step closer to being a reality.

Essential Science: New flexible electronic material self-heals

One of the limitations with wearable technology is that many of the items are brittle. The material structure has not progressed at the rate of technological innovation. A new self-healing material aims to bridge this gap.

Flexible electronics monitor health via sweat

Advances in wearable technology have led to the invention of a wrist bad that monitors metabolites in sweat and assess the health of the wearer.

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