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Electronic skin stretched to new limits
An electrically conductive hydrogel that takes stretchability, self-healing and strain sensitivity to new limits has been developed at KAUST.
Microchips get under skin of technophile Swedes
It's the size of a grain of rice but could hold the key to many aspects of your life.
Skin implant could help warn of cancer
Scientists have created a skin implant they say could one day be used to help detect some of the most common cancers.
New ways to accelerate skin growth for burn wounds
By Sadeq Dehqan & Katayoon Dashti
New stretchable electronic skin sensitive enough to feel ladybug footsteps
People with prosthetic limbs live without the ability to touch and feel the world around them.
Scientists replace skin of 'butterfly child'
For the first time, doctors were able to treat a child who had a life-threatening rare genetic skin disease through a transplant of skin grown using genetically modified stem cells.
Tomato-rich diet cuts skin cancer in half in mice
Daily tomato consumption appeared to cut the development of skin cancer tumors by half in a mouse study at The Ohio State University.
Skin mucus of South Indian frog kills flu virus
Scientists have discovered a flu-fighting compound in the skin mucus secreted by a colorful South Indian frog species.
Skin patch might someday track your health
A new type of acoustic sensor that resembles a small band-aid on the skin can monitor your heartbeat and other health measures, researchers say.
Keep onion handy for skin benefits
Do you also cringe with the mention of onions? Well, it is much more than a kitchen staple as it offers health benefits, says an expert.
Essential oils that can save your skin
Whether you want to brighten, tone or even out your complexion, harness the power of these natural remedies.
Skin treatment for infected pressure sores could revolutionize hospital care
Ancient bug jumped out of skin to escape gooey trap
An ancient event preserved in a piece of amber reads from left to right like an enigmatic story told in three mysterious emojis: A strand of hair followed by an insect exoskeleton next to a single mushroom.
Scientists identify 'cell of origin' in skin cancer
Researchers have found the ‘cell of origin,’ or first cell to give rise to cancer, in the most common form of skin cancer, which may help in designing future treatments for the disease.
New nanofibers developed for treating damaged skin
Iranian researchers at Payame Noor University in Tabriz have developed a multicomponent nanofiber at laboratorial scale that can repair damaged skin, bone and neural tissues.
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