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Flexible Skin Sensor to Detect Blood Flow

John Rogers PhD, Physicist, has designed a flexible skin sensor to determine blook flow. The sensor is light, and transmits information to a Smart Phone, or other computer device.
Recorded Nov 29 2015 28 mins
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