I found this root paper in the course bibliography, then searched it by title in Web of Science. Then, I went to the Cited By section and saw 758 citations. I was most interested in the 3D printing fabrication method, so I searched the titles that cited the root for “embedded 3D printing” and found these two, among many others.
“Embedded 3D Printing of Strain Sensors within Highly Stretchable Elastomers”
Muth, J.T., Vogt, D.M., Truby, R.L., Mengüç, Y., Kolesky, D.B., Wood, R.J. and Lewis, J.A. (2014), Embedded 3D Printing of Strain Sensors within Highly Stretchable Elastomers. Adv. Mater., 26: 6307-6312. https://doi.org/10.1002/adma.201400334
Zhao, J., & He, N. (2020). A mini-review of embedded 3D printing: Supporting media and strategies. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 8(46), 10474-10486. doi:10.1039/d0tb01819h
Qi Ge, Zhe Chen, Jianxiang Cheng, Biao Zhang, Yuan-Fang Zhang, Honggeng Li, Xiangnan He, Chao Yuan, Ji Liu, Shlomo Magdassi, Shaoxing Qu (2021). 3D printing of highly stretchable hydrogel with diverse UV curable polymers. Science Advances, Vol 7 No. 2. DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aba4261