Professor develops "electronic tattoo" for monitoring disorders

08/12/2011 | MIT Technology Review online

Prof. John A. Rogers of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has created a stretchable, ultra-thin device, which can be attached to the skin like a tattoo, to enable noninvasive diagnosis and observation of diseases including heart arrhythmia and sleep disorders. The device uses sensors to measure temperature, strain and electric signals from the patient's body.

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