Sustainable sensors to detect, predict muscle fatigue

It may be clammy and inconvenient, but human sweat has at least one positive characteristic - it can give insight to what's happening inside your body. A new study published in the ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology ...

Building with flexible blocks

On an apparently normal cube a pattern of hollows and bulges appears when the cube is compressed. Physicists from Dutch FOM Institute AMOLF and Leiden University together with colleagues from Tel Aviv University have developed ...

Your smartwatch is giving away your ATM PIN

Wearable devices—Fitbits, Jawbones, Nike+, Apple Watches and the like—are white-hot. The tech segment is already producing an estimated $14 billion in sales worldwide, and expected to more than double within four years, ...

Could wearable technology give 'super powers' to humans?

More than just a fad, wearable technology (WT) can change the way we work and give us 'super powers' – according to a new study in the International Journal of Fashion Design, Technology and Education.

Wearable tech market surge led by new gadgets

The global market for wearable technology is seeing a surge, led by watches, smart clothing and other connected gadgets, a research report said Thursday.

Cleaning water one stroke at a time

A material created by University of California, Riverside engineers is the key component of a swimsuit that won an international design competition for its ability to clean water as a person swims.

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