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OKANAGAN – Researchers at the University of British Columbia (UBC) say they have developed a washable sensor which can be woven into materials, with the potential to create ‘smart’ clothing which can monitor human movement in the near future.

The microscopic sensor has proven able to recognise motion through the stretching of yarns that are treated with graphene nanoplatelets, which can read the body's activity.

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