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Environmental Monitor Built Into Fabric With Smart Inks

News   Jun 08, 2020 | Original story from Tufts University

 
Environmental Monitor Built Into Fabric With Smart Inks

A T-shirt screen printed with pH sensitive bio-active inks can provide a map of pH response on the wearer. Variations of bio-active inks can detect other molecules released by the body, or in the surrounding environment. Credit: Focus Vision Media and Tufts University

 
 
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