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Stretchable Semiconductor via Polymer Blending

Stanford researchers have created a highly stretchable organic semiconductor by blending high mobility semiconducting polymers with an elastomer. The CONPHINE (conjugated polymer/elastomer phase separation induced elasticity) semiconducting film can be s...
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Wireless, Ultra-Low Power Implantable Device

Stanford researchers have built a sound powered, wireless medical implant. The implant contains a piezoelectric energy receiver, an integrated circuit chip, and a loop antenna. It converts ultrasound to energy, executes medical commands, and relays resul...
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