Game-changing device could help parents monitor babies' heart and breathing rates through a …

Professor Alan Dalton, of the University of Sussex, said: “Using the conducting liquid emulsions we have developed, we will produce cheap, wearable sensors based on graphene. “The devices will be comfortable, noninvasive and can provide intuitive diagnostics of breathing and heart rate. “We will …

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