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DUBLIN - Researchers at the SFI Research Centre for Advanced Materials and Bioengineering (AMBER) at Trinity College Dublin, in collaboration with I-Form, the SFI Research Centre for Advanced Manufacturing at University College Dublin claim to have made progress in the development of MXene inks, a family of nanomaterials recognised for its conductivity.

The team believes the research breakthrough could eliminate the reliance on often clunky battery packs and power sources used in wearable electronics, instead offering an ink-based solution that can be 3D printed to be compatible for each application.

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