NC State Center Drives Sensor Research

NC State Center Drives Sensor Research

One of the hotbeds for research on wearable technology is the Center for Advanced Self-Powered Systems of Integrated Sensors and Technologies (ASSIST) at North Carolina State University. The Center has received more than $11 million in funding from the National...
Nail Polish Senses Date Rape Drugs

Nail Polish Senses Date Rape Drugs

Not all wearable Health Tech products are¬†based on digital technology. Sometimes all it takes is some clever materials science research to produce a product that can have a major impact on the lives of people. Such is the case with “Wearable Colors,” which...