Advanced stretchable electronics open doors to skin-like devices that could potentially personalize beauty regimes, track health indicators and make robotics smarter.
On 20 March 2019, at the invitation of Prof Aaron Thean, Director of HiFES programme, Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean and Prof Low Teck Seng, CEO of National Research Foundation visited E6NanoFab at Faculty of Engineering.
NUS Assistant Professor Benjamin Tee has worked with collaborators from Tsinghua University and the University of California Riverside spending just over a year to develop the transparent and self-healing electronic skin.
NUS Ultra-thin Microfiber Sensor Project that Serves the Real-time Diagnosis was Selected to the Top 100 Science Spinoffs.
Spinoff.com reported that NUS ultra-thin microfiber sensor project that serves the real-time diagnosis was selected to the Top 100 Science Spinoffs and entered 2% out of 5,000 global science spinoffs according to the following criteria: uniqueness of the technology/product, high commercial potential and positive impact to the humanity’s well-being.