Graphene-treated rubber bands used as inexpensive body motion sensors

Store-bought rubber bands like these become electrically-conductive when infused with grap...

Graphene is a cutting-edge wonder material, used in applications ranging from solar cells to supercapacitors. Rubber bands, on the other hand ... well, they're not so high-tech. By combining the one with the other, however, scientists have created ultra-cheap body motion sensors that could make a big difference in the field of health care. .. Continue Reading Graphene-treated rubber bands used as inexpensive body motion sensors

Section: Science

Tags: Graphene, Motion sensor, Rubber, Trinity College Dublin, University of Surrey

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