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Epidermal electronics

Skin health monitoring

Ultrathin and conformal piezoelectric transducers enable high-resolution mapping of the mechanical properties of human skin.

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Figure 1: Ultrathin and conformal piezoelectric transducing bandage.


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Lacour, S. Skin health monitoring. Nature Mater 14, 659–660 (2015).

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