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Electronics ‘like a second skin’ make wearables more practical and MRIs safer for kids

04:30 EST 15 Nov 2017 | STAT

A UC Berkeley physicist is using printers with high-tech inks to make a new generation of medical devices, from wearables to MRI hardware for children.

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