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In this study, a pairing of a previously unidentified 3D printing technique and soft materials is introduced in order to achieve not only high-resolution printed features and flexibility of the 3D-printed materials, but also its light-weight and electrical conductivity. Using the developed technique and materials, high-precision and highly sensitive patient-specific wearable active or passive devices are fabricated for personalized health monitoring. The fabricated biosensors show low densitydoi:10.1002/advs.201902521 pmid:31921572 pmcid:PMC6947489 fatcat:flo3j3m5vrgfbcso536rg3nmey