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John Rogers doesn't look like a cyborg yet, but his transformation has begun. As he delivered a talk at a recent
conference in San Francisco, Rogers, a materials scientist at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, picked up a penlike microscope connected to the projector that beamed the PowerPoint slides on his computer for all in the audience to see. As Rogers pressed the pen-scope against his forearm, viewers got a close-up view of the craggy hills and valleys of his skin, as well as an array of squiggly gold lines and square pads. The lines and pads, it turns out, were components of arrays of circuits—not the Intel or ARM variety found in your laptop or cell phone, but a postage stamp–sized collection of flexible, stretchable, and nearly transparent devices that
molded perfectly to the contours of Rogers' skin.
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