Check out our newest work on wireless, battery-free subdermally implantable photometry systems for chronic recording of neural dynamics published in PNAS. Congratulations to Alex, Tucker and Le.
- Our work on multimodal and multisite pacemakers for applications in small animal models has been published in Nature CommunicationsRead the full article here. Congratulations to Joku, Roberto and Olivia.
- Our latest work on wireless and battery free devices for pharmacological and optogenetic neuromodulation has been published in PNASFor more details find the article here. Congratulations Joku.
- Our work on battery free devices for digitally controlled drug delivery to peripheral nervous system has been published in Science AdvancesFor more details find the full article here: Battery-free, fully implantable optofluidic cuff system for wireless optogenetic and pharmacological neuromodulation of peripheral nerves
- Read our comprehensive review of the field summarizing important sensing concepts, materials, and approaches: Bio-integrated wearable systems: a comprehensive review
- Our work on wireless, battery-free optoelectronic systems as subdermal implants for local tissue oximetry is published in Science AdvancesCheck out our work over at sciencemag: Wireless, battery-free optoelectronic systems as subdermal implants for local tissue oximetry
- Roberto won the Cambium design prize for his first year project, an open source stretching stage for soft materials. Congratulations.
- Check out our newest work on Battery-free, skin-interfaced microfluidic/electronic systems for simultaneous electrochemical, colorimetric, and volumetric analysis of sweat. The devices have also been featured in the New York Times and the SF Chronicle.
- Our work on Fully implantable optoelectronic systems for battery-free, multimodal operation in neuroscience research is published today in Nature Electronics and has been highlighted throughout the Nature publishing group: Journal homepage: https://www.nature.com/natelectron/ Cover:
- Check out our collaborative work on Wireless, battery-free, flexible, miniaturized dosimeters monitor exposure to solar radiation and to light for phototherapy . This paper expands on the recently commercialized version of our research which is now available in all apple stores.