Thubber uses droplets of liquid metal to dissipate heat

Although we may hear a lot about the promise of flexible electronics, there’s at least one challenge that still has to be overcome – heat dissipation. After all, what good is a stretchable smartphone, for instance, if its processor gets so hot that it won’t work? It was with such scenarios in mind that scientists at Carnegie Mellon University created a highly thermally-conductive rubber, known as “thubber.”

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