Paper-Based, Flexible Supercap Eyed for IoT, Sensors

Paper-Based, Flexible Supercap Eyed for IoT, Sensors

Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology and Korea University have developed a flexible and inexpensive-to-fabricate paper-based supercapacitor that could be used to help power wearable and IoT devices. Paper is poised to be the next key material for developing flexible energy sources for next-generation wearable devices thanks to an international team of researchers from the United States and South Korea. Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology—collaborating with scientists from Korea University—have developed a flexible and inexpensive-to-fabricate paper-based supercapacitor that could be used to help power biomedical and fitness wearables, sensors to power the Internet of Things (IoT), […]