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102 DESIGN007 MAGAZINE I JUNE 2021 that can control the body's circadian clock, halving the time it takes to recover from jet lag and similar disruptions to the body's sleep/ wake cycles. Soft, Comfortable Sensors First to Comprehensively Monitor Pregnant Women, Their Babies Without Wires E Laboring mothers have been wearing the same cumbersome, polyester fetal-monitoring belt for decades. Not only can these belts slip out of place, requiring constant adjustment, they— along with the array of other wires taped to the mother for monitoring—tether the mother to the bed, limiting her ability to walk around or move freely in ways that are more comfortable. Flexible Thinking: Process Flow for Occam QFN Test Vehicle E Joe Fjelstad teaches the Occam process through a series of steps and images. ese solutions can significantly reduce the number of process steps required to manufacture an electronic module or assembly (perhaps by as much as one-third) and in the process making electronic assemblies more reliable and less costly by fundamentally focusing on the elimi- nation of solder and the soldering process. Arlon's 85HP Receives Official IPC Validation to IPC-4101E-WAM1/43 E Arlon Electronic Materials is pleased to announce that IPC Validation Services offi- cially recognizes Arlon's 85HP laminate as having passed all tests that meets or exceeds the product performance requirements of IPC-4101E-WAM1/43. Sheldahl to Present 'HMI's Evolution to Revolution' at TechBlick 2021 E Human Machine Interface is changing the world and the way that we interact with it. At this year's virtual event, Sheldahl will present HMI's Evolution to Revolution. Expert John Voultos will discuss HMI's beginning, progres- sion, and its revolution in our lives in the future, as well as how flexible circuits and printed elec- tronics will play a part in enabling the technol- ogy moving forward. Researchers Develop New Graphene- based Sensor Technology for Wearable Medical Devices E Researchers at AMBER, the SFI Centre for Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Research, and from Trinity's School of Physics, have developed next-generation, graphene- based sensing technology using their innova- tive G-Putty material. Lear Leads Latest Investment Round in Flexible Circuit Maker CelLink E Lear Corporation, a global automotive tech- nology leader in Seating and E-Systems, announced that it is the lead investor for the Series C round of financing in CelLink Corpo- ration, a San Carlos, Calif.-based manufacturer of a new class of flat and flexible circuits that minimize complexity, space and weight. Rice Engineers Set Sights on Implantable 'Living Pharmacy' E Five Rice University engineering laborato- ries are part of a $33 million national effort to develop a wireless, fully implantable device

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