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Rubbery and curvy electronics for seamless integration with humans.

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Electronics that can seamlessly integrate with the human body could have significant impact in medical diagnostic therapeutics. However, seamless integration is a grand challenge because of the distinct nature between electronics and the human body. Conventional electronics are rigid and planar, made out of rigid materials. The human body is soft, deformable and curvilinear, comprised of biological materials, organs and tissues. Our approach is to create soft, rubbery and curvy electronics to solve this challenge.

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