Medicine & TechnologyScientists continually improve wearable devices by developing the energy storage of e-skin electronics. South Korean materials scientists developed a new energy storage device containing graphene ink.
A new type of wearable device called drawn-on-skin electronics does more than monitoring heart rate and calories burned in a day. The advanced device can be drawn on the skin like a pen on paper while monitoring the body accurately for personalized medical care.
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