Wearable Circuits Sintered at Room Temperature Directly on The Skin Surface for Health Monitoring.

@article{Zhang2020WearableCS,
  title={Wearable Circuits Sintered at Room Temperature Directly on The Skin Surface for Health Monitoring.},
  author={Ling Zhang and Hongjun Ji and Houbing Huang and Ning Yi and Xiaoming Shi and Senpei Xie and Yaoyin Li and Ziheng Ye and Pengdong Feng and Tiesong Lin and Xiangli Liu and Xue-song Leng and Mingyu Li and Jiaheng Zhang and Xing Ma and Peng He and Weiwei Zhao and Huanyu Cheng},
  journal={ACS applied materials \& interfaces},
  year={2020}
}
A soft body area sensor network presents a promising direction in wearable devices to integrate on-body sensors for physiological signal monitoring and flexible printed circuit boards (FPCBs) for signal conditioning/readout and wireless transmission. However, its realization currently relies on various sophisticated fabrication approaches such as lithography or direct printing on a carrier substrate before attaching to the body. Here we report a universal fabrication scheme to enable printing… 
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