A new material could bridge the gap between optics and electronics.
This week, tech delves deep into the microscopic and then soars high into space.
The new sensor could one day be used as artificial skin.
The ultra-bendable chip may have medical uses, and has already been tested on an artificial eye in the lab.
Damage to buildings as well as lack of electricity, water and staff is halting production at factories and disrupting worldwide supply chains
Researchers have built transistors out of carbon that can be folded and crumpled like paper.
The circuit can operate in a much wider range of conditions with less power than traditional chips.
A solar-powered e-reader that's flexible as paper makes its debut in Japan.
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