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Spray-on ‘jelly’ conducts electricity

STANFORD (US) — Researchers have invented a Jell-O-like material that conducts electricity, is easy to make, and can be patterned onto surfaces with an inkjet printer.The material, created by a team at Stanford University, is a kind of conducting hydrogel—a jelly that feels and behaves like biological tissues, but conducts electricity like a metal or semiconductor....


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Source: Futurity.org - Thursday, 28 June, 2012

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