A conductive, cellulose-based nanopaper allows researchers to print paper electronics without needing expensive microfabrication techniques.
Georgianna Kae Doffek
Georgianna studied biotechnology at the University of Queensland, Australia. Prior to joining Wiley, she did her postdoc at the DWI-Leibniz Institute for Interactive Materials (Germany). In Queensland, she actively volunteered in the Wonder of Science educational program and traveled throughout the state to spark the enthusiasm for science among school students.