Bioelectronics: could 3D printed composite materials trigger the next generation?
Bioelectronics and biotechnology may be approaching a generational shift as scientists 3D print stretchable metal composites using a novel 3D printing technique, that allows them to be printed on soft substrates at room temperature.
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