MSU Researchers Develop Stretchy Energy-storage Material for Wearable Tech #WearableWednesday
Intriguing tech coming out of MSU. From DBusiness:
A team of researchers at Michigan State University in East Lansing have created stretchable energy-storage devices using a specialized printing technology and innovative materials. The work is designed to impact applications in wearable technology.
Malleable energy devices will help existing wearable technologies such as smart watches become more flexible, comfortable, and reliable.
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