Contact: Matt Shipman
North Carolina State University
Caption: Conventional electronics are typically made of rigid, brittle materials and don't function well in a wet environment. "Our memory device is soft and pliable, and functions extremely well in wet environments -- similar to the human brain," says researcher Michael Dickey.
Credit: Michael Dickey, North Carolina State University
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