Extracellular Vesicles: Potential Theranostic Platforms for Skin Diseases and Aging

Conceptual overview of EVs and their associated effects on skin News Release, Skin Aging & Challenges – July 8, 2022 Extracellular vesicles (EVs), naturally secreted by cells, act as mediators for communication between cells. They are transported to the recipient cells along with cargoes such as nucleic acids, proteins, and lipids that reflect the changes…
Electronic skin

Microelectronic Skins: A New Revolution?

Ulsan National Institute’s electronic skin News Release, Skin Aging & Challenges – June 29, 2022 Magnetic sensors are widely used in our daily life for assessing the position and orientation of objects. Recently, the magnetic sensing modality has been introduced to electronic skins (e-skins), enabling remote perception of moving objects. However, the integration density of…

Making Electronic Skin for Interactive Robots: New Materials & Advances

 NAO Humanoid Robot with multi-modal artificial skin, at the Institute for Cognitive Systems, TUM- Germany News Release, Skin Aging & Challenges – July 19, 2022 Flexible electronics have huge potential to bring revolution in robotics and prosthetics as well as to bring about the next big evolution in the electronics industry. In robotics and related…