E-skin detects both temperature and force with one sensor

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Ion-based sensing is at the heart of an e-skin that can separately detect temperature and pressure through a single mechanism. To create the skin, Pohang University of Science and Technology (Postech) teamed up with Stanford University. “Human skin is freely stretchable yet unbreakable because it is full of electrolytes, so the joint research team made …

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