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Fabricating e-textiles with reduced graphene oxide

  Not only will electronic devices be embedded on textile substrates, but an electronics device or system could become the fabric itself (see for instance: "Nanotechnology e-textiles for biomonitoring and wearable electronics"). These electronic textiles ('e-textiles') will have the revolutionary ability to sense, compute, store, emit, and move – think biomedical monitoring functions or new man-machine interfaces, not to mention game controllers – while leveraging an existing low-cost textile manufacturing infrastructure.

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