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HOUSTON - Researchers at Texas A&M University have developed a new class of biomaterial inks for use in the 3D printing of products such as wearable medical devices featuring flexible electronics.

They say the inks are able to mimic the characteristics of human tissue, like skin, and are essential for the 3D printing of wearable, implantable or ingestible applications.

Flexible electronics now enable sensors to be incorporated on stretchable layers of such devices but have very different properties to human tissue and cannot be fully integrated with the body.

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