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Volume 6 Issue 2, February 2023

Brain–computer interfaces

Our 2023 technology of the year is brain–computer interfaces.

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Illustration, L. Heslop / Springer Nature; background element, Kody King / iStock / Getty Images Plus Cover design: Lauren Heslop.


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Research Briefings

  • Conventional dielectric layers used in stretchable electronics are solution-processed, thick and have poor electrical performance compared with rigid, inorganic dielectrics. A stretchable nanometre-thick gate dielectric layer has been produced using large-area vacuum deposition. This material has excellent electrical, mechanical and chemical properties and could facilitate the development of high-performance wearable devices.

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