For more details find the full article here: Battery-free, fully implantable optofluidic cuff system for wireless optogenetic and pharmacological neuromodulation of peripheral nerves
- Our work on battery free devices for digitally controlled drug delivery to peripheral nervous system has been published in Science Advances
- 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.
- Our article on Wireless, Battery‐Free Epidermal Electronics for Continuous, Quantitative, Multimodal Thermal Characterization of Skin was featured on the inside back cover in the journal Small.
- Our collaborative work on wireless noninvasive monitors for shunt function in patients with hydrocephalus is published in Science Translational MedicineCheck out our recent work on Epidermal electronics for noninvasive, wireless, quantitative assessment of ventricular shunt function in patients with hydrocephalus. The article is featured widely in the news and social media (Altmetric score 120). Great to see the impact in the medical community.
- Check out our collaborative work on metal air transistors.