April 10, Design News: Researchers have already found inspiration in the Japanese paper-folding art origami to design a bio-battery and a solar panel that could be used in space.

Now a team from the University of Buffalo (UB) has used the design principles behind kirigami—a variation of origami—to develop circuits that can bend for flexible electronic applications. The team recently published a study about their work in the journal Advanced Materials.

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