Stretchy Gold Electronics Could Someday Live Inside Your Brain, University of Michigan Study
7/18/2013 6:32:56 AM
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What looks like a shiny piece of gold foil is actually a new stretchy conductive material that could one day be fashioned into electrode implants for the brain or pacemakers for the heart. Crafted from gold nanoparticles and an elastic polymer, the material retains its conductivity even when stretched to four times its original length.
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