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Rubber Band Electronics Stretch Into the Future of Medical Monitoring

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And that's why researchers at the McCormick School of Engineering are working on something that they call "rubber band electronics." These electronics can stretch to over 200% of their original size, all while retaining a suitable level of functionality and conductivity.

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Bio-degradable Transistors Made from Human Proteins Open Door for Implantable Electronics?

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The researchers at Tel Aviv University (TAU ) are doing exactly that, turning to blood, milk and mucus proteins in their radical quest to develop a transistor, veering away from the traditional ‘top-down’ approach followed in the case of silicon-based electronics.

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Rodrigo Alonso’s N+ew: Furniture Made From E-Waste

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Have your outdated electronics taken up half of your room’s space? Perhaps they are piling up in the garage. Before you start planning to move to a large place, you might want to check out this ‘N+ew’ solution from Chilean Rodrigo Alonso. Of course, there are many recycling programs out there that will help you with your e-waste problems. But this new idea will help you to keep the memories as well.

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Bye Bye Best Buy?

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You would think that their business is getting swallowed up by a big box electronics retailer like Best Buy, but that doesn't appear to be the case either. In fact, it's quite possible that Best Buy could be completely calling it quits in "a few more years."

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