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Spongy tactile sensor emulates human skin
As the conductive graphene sponge is squeezed, the piezo-resistive sensor yields a progressive change in conductance (the graphene flakes getting closer).
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Piezo-resistive fibers enable "blood pressure watch" with continuous monitoring
Developed by Switzerland-based company STBL Medical Research AG, the new “blood pressure watch” relies on a wristband made from piezo-resistive fibers developed at the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (EMPA).
Electricity Basics: Resistance, Inductance & Capacitance
It changes resistance when an increase in temperature excites electrons, making them available to conduct current, thus reducing the resistivity of the material.
IISc's invention powers up nanoelectronics industry
“We were working on a method to enhance the sensing property of a piezo-resistive material. We had developed a method to create controlled damage in a metallic structure… [While doing this] we got interested in understanding this liquefaction of the ...

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