Sweating the Small Stuff
Tracking the body chemistry of athletes – through perspiration
Joanna Cummings | | Quick Read
A new waterproof, flexible sensor could be the latest way for athletes to monitor their health and hydration. Tracking biomarkers through sweat analysis is an increasingly popular technique in diagnostics, but John Rogers and the rest of his US-China team have taken it to the next level, by creating a sweat-collecting sensor that can function underwater and – crucially – stay in place on the body, even during vigorous swimming.
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