Our recent research titled “Waterproof, electronics-enabled, epidermal microfluidic devices for sweat collection, biomarker analysis, and thermography in aquatic settings” was published on Science Advances. Check details on Science Advances website. The research was also covered by WIRED.
A new skin-like, battery-free, wireless #device can analyze sweat in both aquatic and dry environments in real time. This device has the potential to help inform proper fluid and electrolyte replenishment strategies to improve athletes’ performance https://t.co/jNQRwA8zSY pic.twitter.com/nvrdRn94Ft— Science Advances (@ScienceAdvances) January 29, 2019