All Knitted and Integrated Soft Wearable of High Stretchability and Sensitivity for Continuous Monitoring of Human Joint Motion
Ujjaval Gupta, Jun Liang Lau, Pei Zhi Chia, Ying Yi Tan, Alvee Ahmed, Ngiap Chuan Tan, Gim Song Soh, Hong Yee Low
See here: https://doi.org/10.1002/adhm.202370123
Graphical Abstract: Healthcare Wearables
This image for article 2202987 by Ujjaval Gupta, Gim Song Soh, Hong Yee Low, and co-workers represents the […]
Phys.org published a research article on the use of chitinous polymers as a sustainable material for engineering applications. This research is led by Associate Prof Javier Fernandez. See here: https://phys.org/news/2023-07-butterfly-flight-electricity.html
FTIR of chitinous films before and after stress-induced crystallization. Credit: Advanced Materials Technologies (2023). DOI: 10.1002/admt.202300639
The wings of a butterfly are made of chitin, an organic polymer that is the main component of […]
Channel NewsAsia 938FM interviewed Associate Professor Low Hong Yee on the research and development of a fully knitted, circuit-embedded knee wearable for wireless sensing of joint motion in real-time. A snippet of the radio interview was also featured on CNA938’s Facebook page.
Watch here: https://fb.watch/m0gQmPzRw7/ from 3:57 mins onwards
medGadget featured an SUTD-created flexible knee wearable that contains integrated circuitry within its knitted structure that can track joint movement in real time.
See here: https://www.medgadget.com/2023/06/flexible-knee-wearable-tracks-motion.html
Researchers at the Singapore University of Technology and Design have created a flexible knee wearable that contains integrated circuitry within its knitted structure. The wearable can track joint movement in real time, assisting clinicians in spotting the early […]
Lifestyle Asia did a feature on 3D printed food and quoted a 2020 Straits Times report about Khoo Teck Puat Hospital working with SUTD and NTU on multiple 3D food printing research projects.
See here: https://www.lifestyleasia.com/sg/dining/food/what-is-3d-printed-food-and-companies-working-on-it/
Ever heard about 3D-printed food and wondered if it is real? Well, it is, and almost on the verge of transforming conventional restaurant kitchens across the […]
Medical Xpress reported about a new knee wearable that has high stretchability and sensitivity for continuous monitoring of human joint motion. This research was led by Associate Prof Low Hong Yee in collaboration with Dr Tan Ngiap Chuan of SingHealth Polyclinics.
See here: https://medicalxpress.com/news/2023-05-stretchable-knee-wearable-insight-e-textiles.html
Mobility limitation is an initial stage of human mobility disability and an early sign of functional decline. It can […]
We would like to extend our heartiest congratulations to Associate Professor Carlos Banon on winning A’Design Award Winner 2023 – Gold for DB Schenker Upcycling Hub.
DB Schenker Upcycling Hub Lunchroom has been awarded the Golden A’ Design Award in 3D Printed Forms and Products Design Category. The Grand Jury panel of the A’ Design Award & Competition, comprised of influential […]
Industrial Digital Design and Additive Manufacturing Workflow Industry Day
Date|21st April 2023 Friday
Time| 1pm – 4pm
Venue| Connexis Tower, 1 Fusionopolis Way
Learn from our industry partners and research institutions about optimized part designs, correct process chain and how to print right first time.
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InDesignLive Asia published an article on Singapore designers who exhibited their sustainable creations at Milan Design Week. One of the designers, Tiffany Loy, collaborated with SUTD’s Digital Manufacturing and Design Centre to develop advanced automated textile construction for additive manufacturing.
Future Impact exhibition. Photography by Stefan Giftthaler.
Six of Singapore’s most progressive designers exhibit their sustainable creations at Future Impact in Milan.
DesignSingapore Council […]
Book on Digital Gastronomy Launched at International Conference of Additive Manufacturing for a Better World
The food industry has seen many changes over the last several decades — new technologies have been introduced into the way we cook, manufacture, and purchase food. Digital gastronomy, which combines new computational abilities such as 3D printing with traditional food preparation, enables personalisation of food, automation […]