Hypoallergenic wearable technology developed that can be worn for weeks at a time

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Hypoallergenic wearable electronic sensor demonstrated by the University of Tokyo
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Hypoallergenic wearable electronic sensor demonstrated by the University of Tokyo

Hypoallergenic electronic sensor could be used in new range of medical wearables

Scientists at the University of Tokyo have developed a new wearable electronic sensor that, they claim, can be worn for a week or more without causing discomfort.  The device could be used in me...

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