Rugged and breathable forms of stretchable electronics with adherent composite substrates for transcutaneous monitoring.

@article{Jang2014RuggedAB,
  title={Rugged and breathable forms of stretchable electronics with adherent composite substrates for transcutaneous monitoring.},
  author={Kyung-In Jang and Sang Youn Han and Sheng Xu and Kyle E. Mathewson and Yihui Zhang and Jae-woong Jeong and Gwang-Tae Kim and Richard C. H. Webb and Jung Woo Lee and Thomas J. Dawidczyk and Rak Hwan Kim and Young Min Song and Woon-Hong Yeo and Stanley Kim and Huanyu Cheng and Sang Il Rhee and Jeahoon Chung and Byunggik Kim and Ha Uk Chung and D K Lee and Yiyuan Yang and Moongee Cho and John G. Gaspar and Ronald Carbonari and Monica Fabiani and Gabriele Gratton and Yonggang Huang and John A. V. Rogers},
  journal={Nature communications},
  year={2014},
  volume={5},
  pages={4779}
}
Research in stretchable electronics involves fundamental scientific topics relevant to applications with importance in human healthcare. Despite significant progress in active components, routes to mechanically robust construction are lacking. Here, we introduce materials and composite designs for thin, breathable, soft electronics that can adhere strongly to the skin, with the ability to be applied and removed hundreds of times without damaging the devices or the skin, even in regions with… CONTINUE READING
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