SUTD – Kento Yamagishi, Terry Ching, Wenshen Zhou, Shao Ying Huang and Michinao Hashimoto
National University of Singapore – Terry Ching
Direct-ink-writing-based 3D printing of microchannels on a 7 μm-thick elastomeric substrate was demonstrated to fabricate liquid metal microfluidic antennas with unprecedented deformability and tissue-adhesion.
Battery-free, wirelessly powered electronic devices have been developed for use in advanced medicine and healthcare. However, such electronic devices interfaced with the biological tissues are required to have an antenna for wireless communication and energy transfer.
You can find more details at https://www.sutd.edu.sg/Research/Research-News/2021/8/liquid-metal-antenna-conform-soft-bio-tissues