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Sensors Slip into the Brain, Then Dissolve When the Job Is Done

Five days. That’s how long intracranial pressure and temperature typically need to be monitored in the case of traumatic brain injury. And that’s at least how long flexible, dissolvable sensors created by a research team at the University of Illinois led by professor John Rogers will operate accurately.

Read the source article at IEEE Spectrum