Stanford Researchers Make Wearable Device Measuring Cortisol in Sweat

Stanford Researchers Make Wearable Device Measuring Cortisol in Sweat شنبه 30 تیر 1397 - 16:10

A group led by materials scientist Alberto Salleo at Stanford University has created a stretchy patch that, applied directly to the skin, wicks up sweat and assesses how much cortisol a person is producing.

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