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October 23, 2020


Not sure how these would be effectively used if so subject to easy removal with washing as in a shower.

Joared--At the website linked in the News for Nerds posting, the original article includes, "The scientists are now interested in applying these sensors for diagnostic and treatment applications 'for cardiopulmonary diseases, including OVID-19 [sic], pneumonia, and fibrotic lung diseases,' Cheng [one of the authors of the original paper - CC] says."

Since Cheng goes on to say, "This sensing technology can also be used to track and monitor marine mammals." I assume they have coatings to protect the printed circuits.

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