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By touch: the tiny, smart sensors of Kottapalli

08 December 2021

Dr Ajay Kottapalli, tenure track assistant professor at ENTEG, loves engineering. But he also wants his work to benefit other people. Now, he is making tiny sensors that not only help Parkinson’s patients to walk but can even mimic human skin.

Read more about his smart sensors in a recent article in the University Newspaper.

Last modified:08 December 2021 2.01 p.m.

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