Scientists embed flexible, washable integrated graphene circuits into fabric

Researchers used special graphene inks to print electronics on fabric, opening new avenues of opportunity for smart clothing and wearable electronics. The integrated circuits are flexible, washable, and breathable, making them perfectly adapted for fabric-based applications. Sample circuit printed on fabric. Credit: Felice Torrisi “Digital textile printing has been around for decades to print simple colourants…


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