Japanese scientists develop wearable technology that can work for weeks

Nicholas Fearn
clock • 2 min read

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 researchers say that the h...

To continue reading this article...

Join Computing

  • Unlimited access to real-time news, analysis and opinion from the technology industry
  • Receive important and breaking news in our daily newsletter
  • Be the first to hear about our events and awards programmes
  • Join live member only interviews with IT leaders at the ‘IT Lounge’; your chance to ask your burning tech questions and have them answered
  • Access to the Computing Delta hub providing market intelligence and research
  • Receive our members-only newsletter with exclusive opinion pieces from senior IT Leaders

Join now

 

Already a Computing member?

Login

You may also like
A matter of scale: How this World Heritage site is getting a handle on big data

Big Data and Analytics

'In two years it will be 45 million rows, easily'

clock 19 June 2024 • 4 min read
NHS England cancels £300m Digital Pathways Framework

Government

Would have modernised GPs with interoperable systems

clock 07 June 2024 • 2 min read
Amazon bids farewell to Just Walk Out checkout system, introduces Dash Carts

Business Software

Just Walk Out technology had to be bolstered by remote observers

clock 04 April 2024 • 2 min read

More on Hardware

Oxford team claims secure 'quantum computing from home' breakthrough

Oxford team claims secure 'quantum computing from home' breakthrough

Verifiable blind quantum computing promises ultra-secure access to cloud quantum services

clock 12 April 2024 • 2 min read
Asian Tech Roundup: South Korea's fusion record

Asian Tech Roundup: South Korea's fusion record

Plus India bans dark patterns, Malaysia gains from the chip wars

Tom Allen
clock 05 April 2024 • 2 min read
IT leaders must be hands-off helicopter parents

IT leaders must be hands-off helicopter parents

CIO panel agrees: Employees want IT to do everything, but they don't want to see it

Tom Allen
clock 14 September 2023 • 3 min read