CEP: News Update

October
,
2017

A new pen-like handheld device can diagnose cancer within seconds in the operating room.

Stretchable electronics that can function as an artificial skin allow a robotic hand to translate sign language or sense whether it’s picking up a hot or cold drink.

Portable biosensors that use electric fields to detect molecular targets could pave the way to handheld diagnostic devices.

A new nanoparticle that delivers synthetic genetic instructions into cells in one step could enable temporary gene therapy.

Researchers have created an innovative vacuum-powered soft pneumatic actuator (V-SPA) that can be quickly assembled into a variety of multifunctional robots.

A new lithium-ion battery (LIB) with a water-based electrolyte poses little risk of explosion and has a high energy density.

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