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Wearable UV Sensors with Active Ink

Professor Vipul Bansal and his research team from the RMIT made a major advance in the field of monitoring UV rays. By developing a special active ink, they were able to build wearable sensors, displaying the wearer’s sun exposure and therefore helps to protect the skin from damage.

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Printing Sensors on Gummy Bears

Gummy bears are popular sweets. People have them in offices, at home or in cinemas as a little snack. But now you can also find them at laboratories. A team from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has discovered a new use for them: bearing microelectrode arrays.

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Innovations In Tamper-Evident Packaging

Customers have been asking for a way to control the quality and safety of their food packaging for years. This demand escalated even further during the pandemic. Companies like Innoseal Systems Inc., Inno-Pak LLC and Novolex are finding new solutions to address the issue.

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