The group's research in flexible heart monitors is prominently featured around the Internet

Lead author Gregor Schwartz's paper in Nature Communications has garnered media attention from a variety of new outlets, including Stanford News and Gizmag. The work involved Electrical Engineering graduate student Benjamin C.-K. Tee and postdoctoral scholars Jianguo Mei, Anthony L. Appleton, Do Hwan Kim, and Huiliang Wang. Stanford University produced a short video on the research that can be seen here.

The original paper is entitled "Flexible polymer transistors with high pressure sensitivity for application in electronic skin and health monitoring" and can be found here

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For more information, please refer to:

http://news.stanford.edu/news/2013/may/skin-heart-monitor-051413.html
http://www.chinanews.com/hr/2013/05-14/4818022.shtml
http://www.technewsdaily.com/18055-artificial-skin-may-help-heart-patients.html
http://www.livescience.com/31987-artificial-skin-sensor.html
http://www.redorbit.com/news/health/1112848915/heart-monitor-developed-paper-thin-device-051613/
http://www.pcb007.com/pages/zone.cgi?a=92326
http://thefutureofthings.com/news/11595/skin-like-paper-thin-flexible-heart-monitor-developed.html
http://www.gizmag.com/micro-sensor-heart-monitoring/27555/
http://www.mtbeurope.info/news/2013/1305029.htm
http://www.eeherald.com/section/new-products/onws20130519099.html
http://www.itechpost.com/articles/9398/20130518/thinnest-heart-monitor-detection-made-easy.htm