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"Transient electronics" dissolve once they're not needed
Weve certainly been hearing a lot lately about tiny electronic devices that can do things such as delivering medication after being implanted in the body, measuring structural stress upon being attached to a bridge, or monitoring pollution after being placed in the environment. In all of these cases, the device has to be retrieved once its served its purpose, or just left in place indefinitely. Now, however, an interdisciplinary team of researchers have demonstrated transient electronics, which dissolve into nothing after a pre-determined amount of time... Continue Reading "Transient electronics" dissolve once they're not needed
Tags: Biodegradable, Implant, Northwestern University, Tufts University, University of Illinois
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