New 3D printing technique integrates electronics into microchannels to create flexible, stretchable microfluidic devices

The injection of liquid metal into 3D-printed microchannels allowed forming electrical connections between 3D conductive networks and the embedded electronic elements, enabling the fabrication of flexible and stretchable microfluidic electronics such as skin-attachable NFC tags and wireless light-emitting devices. Credit: SUTD The transition from traditional 2D to 3D microfluidic structures is a significant advancement in […]

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