Body heat-powered, self-repairing health sensor system

Hossam Haick at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology has developed a body heat powered, self-repairing system of sensors for disease detection and monitoring.

Unlike other wearables, the ability to derive energy from the wearer,  and to fix tears and scratches, prevents the need to turn off the device for repair or charging, allowing truly continuous tracking.


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