Researchers create high-speed electronics for your skin
It's just 25 micrometers thick and could remove the need for wires inside hospitals.
Elastic 'second skin' could treat extreme conditions
A once-abandoned coating might help with skin problems like eczema or psoriasis.
Navigate your smartwatch by touching your skin
New tech from Carnegie Mellon makes it much easier to play 'Angry Birds' on your wrist.
Extra-thin LEDs put a screen on your skin
It's almost a light-up tattoo.
Artificial skin grows hair and sweat glands
It might be a little too close to the real thing.
Way is the smart skin sensor nobody needs
$129 seems like a lot just to be told to drink more water.
Stretchable square of rubber doubles as a keyboard
Takes us a step closer to fetishwear you can type on.
Stanford researchers make artificial skin that senses touch
Technology that could help amputees in the future to feel touch once again.
Squid skin could help make color-changing gadgets
Not happy with the color of your clothes and devices? Eventually, you might get to change those hu...