- 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).
- 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).
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- 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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