88: Flexible Electronics for Better Health (ft. Stan Farnsworth)
What defines a flexible electronic? Is it just a squishy computer? Plastic with a leaf printed on it? What about artificial tissue? Well, it could be all of these! But what materials science goes into the production of flexible electronics? Today’s guest is an expert on flexible electronic trickery, and he has a rich background in marketing, science, and engineering.
In today’s episode we welcome Stan Farnsworth, current Chief Marketing Officer at PulseForge. With him, we discussed:
🔹️ What is a flexible electronic, and how does it differ from traditional electronics.
🔹 What processing techniques are required for flexible electronics that differ from regular electronics.
🔹 What types of products and innovations with flexible electronics will be made in the next 5-10 years.
🔹 Recommendation to MSE students that are interested in contributing to this field.
🔹And much more!
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