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Resorbable circuits: transient electronics that dissolve inside you

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012

Scientists at Tufts University in Massachusetts have announced the development of implantable circuits which are capable of being dissolved and absorbed into the human body over time. Known as resorbable or transient electronics these ultra micro devices are covered by magnesium oxide, along with an outer jacket of silk allowing...

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