Enhanced skin adhesive patch with modulus-tunable composite micropillars.

@article{Bae2013EnhancedSA,
  title={Enhanced skin adhesive patch with modulus-tunable composite micropillars.},
  author={Won Gyu Bae and Doogon Kim and Moon Kyu Kwak and Laura Ha and Seong Min Kang and Kahp Y. Suh},
  journal={Advanced healthcare materials},
  year={2013},
  volume={2 1},
  pages={109-13}
}
Modulus-tunable composite micropillars are presented by combining replica molding and selective inking for skin adhesive patch in "ubiquitous"-health diagnostic devices. Inspired from hierarchical hairs in the gecko's toe pad, a simple method is presented to form composite polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) micropillars that are highly adhesive (∼1.8 N cm(-2) ) and mechanically robust (∼30 cycles). 
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