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The researchers of the University of Oulu, together with their partners from VTT Research Center and Polar Electro, developed a new system of electrodes that can be implemented into our clothing and withstand our daily routines. The results published in the recent open-access issue of npj Flexible Electronics provide new insights into novel methods of fabrication of inexpensive and reliable electrodes that are essential for smart clothing. Sliz emphasizes another aspect of the study—the ability to implement the results to create sustainable smart clothing, where environmentally friendly and biodegradable materials can replace plastics and harmful substances.
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