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How Are MEMS Fabricated? Liam Critchley
A combination of many different fabrication methods have enabled MEMS to be used in a range of applications, and as fabrication methods get more advanced and their resolutions get narrower, smaller features and smaller components are being created within MEMS devices.

Printable Sensors: A Key Technology for Health Wearables? Liam Critchley
Integrating components into flexible sensing devices is not always straightforward. Printing sensors on the device’s surface opens newer and easier ways to develop sensing wearables for health monitoring and telemedicine applications.

Using 3D Nanoscale Printing Liam Critchley
3D printing, otherwise known as additive manufacturing, has grown over the years to become a beneficial and versatile manufacturing tool. While many 3D printing methods produce bulk objects, it is now possible to 3D print nanoscale structures through two-photon lithography.

The Chemistry Behind Thin Film Solar Cells Liam Critchley
The distinct types of thin film solar cells have different working principles based on their fundamental chemistry. All thin film solar cells work differently from conventional inorganic solar cells, and even though their efficiencies are not as high, they have other benefits.

The Underlying Chemistry of Piezo Materials Liam Critchley
The electrical properties of both piezoelectric and piezoresistive materials change when subjected to mechanical deformation. Here, we show how and why these electrical changes are due to changes within the crystal structure at the atomic level and the chemistry involved with these changes.

Nanotechnology Helped Realize Flexible and Wearable Electronics Liam Critchley
Flexible and wearable electronics are rapidly growing industries. The devices’ development and growth can be attributed to the benefits and specific properties of the nanomaterials commonly used within these devices. Here, we look at why nanomaterials are used in these devices.

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