Scientists have developed a new material that enables biosensors greater breathability, and say its potential isn't limited to the wearables we use today

Biosensors that can be worn on the skin promise some exciting possibilities, with the potential to non-invasively monitor everyday health, and even things like glucose or stress levels. Scientists at Binghamton University have made a breakthrough that could make them more comfortable to wear and the signals they produce a lot clearer, showing off a new type of porous silicone that allows for the evaporation of sweat.

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Category: Wearables, Technology

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