Print Meds on Demand [video]

Print Meds on Demand [video]

According to a recent survey by Consumer Reports, more than half of people in the U.S. take at least one prescription drug on a regular basis. On average, they take four different medicines. This poses many challenges, ranging from keeping prescriptions filled to...
Low-Cost Production of Bio-Sensors

Low-Cost Production of Bio-Sensors

In order to quantify our bodies and reap the many benefits that all this data can bring, first we need sensors that are easy to wear, durable, and low cost. Only then can we develop wearable Health Tech devices that will “disappear” into our lives and...
Ceramic Nanocubes Store Data

Ceramic Nanocubes Store Data

One of the gateways to low-cost wearable Health Tech devices is printed electronics. It’s not enough to just print electrodes and conductive substrates; we need to be able to print the logical components required to perform the digital electronic functions...
Printing Health Tech Devices with Colored Inks

Printing Health Tech Devices with Colored Inks

Wearable Health Tech devices are becoming part of every day life. One important challenge is to keep consumers and patients engaged with these devices, and manufacturers a paying more attention on making these devices attractive wearable pieces. Adding color helps...
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