Editors Blog – Graphene turns up the audio to 11

Whether listening to speech radio, light music or heavy rock, like Spinal Tap pioneered, Ora’s GrapheneQ (GQ) headphones bring the benefits of this nanomaterial to consumer audio, discovers Caroline Hayes

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Electronics turns its hand to the textile industry 

There is a lot of attention paid to ‘smart’ sportswear using wearable technology, but one company is using textile technology to develop fabrics for industrial uses, says Caroline Hayes

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Clip it or stick it? How to wear this season’s patches

Anyone who attends an event, from an exhibition to a company get-together, will know the dilemma of name badges: clip-on or sticky label? How and where to place them? The virtues of both are hotly debated, but in medical applications, adhesive patches could revolutionise diabetes treatment, says Caroline

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Flexible lithium polymer battery bends to the will of wearable design

At this year’s Wearable Europe, a South Korean company exhibited a flexible battery that can be customised, opening up a world of possibilities, writes Caroline Hayes

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