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Scientists create internet connected biodegradable PAPER, which can be used to collect data about moisture levels in soil without any toxic e-waste

Researchers in Japan have created a new kind of biodegradable, internet-connected piece of paper that’s just one millimeter thick. Called nanopaper, the team believes it could change the way a wide variety of data is collected in nature. The project was developed at Osaka University’s Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research (ISIR) by a team of scientists led by doctoral researcher Takaaki Kasuga.  Read more...

 

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