Wearable biosensors may pave the way for personalized health and wellness

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06 May, 2020

Penn State engineers are using computational power and data sciences to work on stretchable, flexible — and wearable — devices that could lead to innovations in the health and wellness fields. Image: Applied Materials And Interfaces

Penn State engineers are using computational power and data sciences to work on stretchable, flexible — and wearable — devices that could lead to innovations in the health and wellness fields. Image: Applied Materials And Interfaces

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