New Stretchable and Transparent Conducting Nanomaterial Paves the Way for Soft Electronics

■ Engineering & Technology / New Stretchable and Transparent Conducting Nanomaterial Paves the Way for Soft Electronics Researchers have developed a new graphene-based conducting material for reliable, stretchable, and transparent electronic devices. Conventional electronic devices are mostly made of silicon and metal, which makes them brittle, rigid, and relatively heavy. Such devices cannot meet the requirements of user-oriented emerging applications, like wearable devices, flexible or deformable displays, and bio-integrated healthcare devices. Soft electronics could meet those requirements as long as they are designed to have superior flexibility, stretchability, transparency, and lightness. More importantly, the electrical and optical properties of such material systems should be stable … Continue reading New Stretchable and Transparent Conducting Nanomaterial Paves the Way for Soft ElectronicsRead More →