Circular economy focussing on the reuse and recycling of materials is gaining significant interest these days as the concern for environment sustainability is increasing  -  . In this regard, printed electronics or green electronics is being promoted as alternative to conventional electronics, which requires several hazardous and toxic materials. However, there is lot to be done to align this emerging field with the requirements of circular economy  ,  and one way is to identify the waste materials and transfer them into a valuable products  . In this regard, integration of electronics in textiles is one of the attractive directions  and recently flexible devices like solar cells, sensors and electronics have been successfully integrated into textiles  -  . Here we present, a temperature sensor fabricated on biodegradable cellulose cloth. The fabricated cloth based temperature sensors shows a sensitivity of 30°C/Ω in the temperature range of 25-60°C.
Manjakkal, L., Soni, M., Yogeswaran, N., & Dahiya, R. (2019). Cloth Based Biocompatiable Temperature Sensor. In 2019 IEEE International Conference on Flexible and Printable Sensors and Systems (FLEPS). https://doi.org/10.1109/fleps.2019.8792319