The Nano-Bio Materials Consortium provides the means for industry—now with AFRL personnel working alongside—to develop smart medical technology innovations that benefit the Air Force mission and the greater world, such as this low-cost, wireless, vital sign monitor developed with flexible hybrid electronics and adapted for USAF En Route Care patient monitoring. (Photo courtesy of GE Research and the Nano-Bio Materials Consortium)
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