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BURNABY – A research team at Simon Fraser University has developed a 3D printable solution for wireless sensors which involves the use of cellulose-based materials to replace plastic components in electronics.

Published in the journal Advanced Electronic Materials, the concept eliminates the waste from circuit boards used in textile technologies which are deemed a hazardous source of contamination to the environment.

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