UCF Researchers Make Super Stretchable E-Material Using Kirigami, Nanotechnology

UCF Researchers Make Super Stretchable E-Material Using Kirigami, Nanotechnology

By combining the ancient Japanese art of paper cutting with nanotechnology, University of Central Florida researchers have created a super flexible electronic material that could have applications in products ranging from smart jackets to solar cells.

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