'Smart,' Sensor-Infused Thread Can Gather Diagnostic Data from Human Tissue
Threads invented by researchers at Tufts University penetrate multiple layers of tissue to sample interstitial fluid and direct it to sensing threads that collect data, such as pH and glucose levels. Conductive threads then deliver the data to a flexible wireless transmitter sitting on top of the skin. (Nano Lab, Tufts University
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