Researchers design a cellulose nanofiber paper that can be used as a substrate for on-skin electronics

The idea of wirelessly gathering electrical information from the body through the skin is not new. However, the ideal electrode material must fulfill a significant list of criteria to be a realistic candidate for use on patients. Researchers from Osaka University have designed an electrode substrate derived from wood that appears to tick all the boxes. Their findings have recently been published in Advanced Materials Interfaces.


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