At laboratories in the U.S., Switzerland, and Korea, bioengineers are developing unusually flexible ultrathin electronics that promise to free medical diagnostics from the clinical tethers of cables and power cords, to make the mechanics of measuring vital signs more intimate. Robert Lee Hotz reports.

 

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