Gizmodo, April 7: Creating truly flexible electronics requires applying super-thin layers of conducting materials to already bendable materials—but doing so accurately is difficult. Now, a new form of inkjet printing can allow scientists to deposit thin layers of liquid metal into neat, stretchable circuits.

Researchers from Purdue University have come up with a liquid metal alloy that can be applied via an inkjet print head.

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