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Jan. 25, 2022, 12:49 a.m. |

Robotics Research News -- ScienceDaily sciencedaily.com

The next generation of soft robotics, smart clothing and biocompatible medical devices are going to need integrated soft sensors that can stretch and twist with the device or wearer. The challenge: most of the components used in traditional sensing are rigid. Now, researchers have developed a soft, self-powered thermometer that can be integrated into stretchable electronics and soft robots.

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