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Flexible electronics hold promise for consumer applications: The technology, developed by Oana Jurchescu, assistant professor of physics at Wake Forest, her graduate students Katelyn Goetz and Jeremy Ward, and interdisciplinary collaborators from Stanford University, Imperial College (London), University of Kentucky and Appalachian State University, eventually may turn scientific wonders — including artificial skin, smart bandages, flexible displays, smart windshields, wearable electronics and electronic wallpapers — into everyday realities. Jurchescu says plastic or organic semiconductors, produced in large volume using roll-to-roll processing, inkjet printing or spray deposition, represent the “electronics everywhere” trend of the future.

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