Zhiyong Tang on the highlights of his career and science.
Flexible physical sensing platforms for wearable electronics, soft robotics, and real-time healthcare monitoring.
Coffee-ring effect inspires oriented self-assembly of metal–organic frameworks for sweat biosensors.
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Ali Khademhosseini and his co-workers take a detailed look how engineering approaches can contribute to the field of precision medicine.
Low-cost, wearable sensor that use the metabolic response of yeast to measure ionizing radiation doses are developed.
A nanoforce sensor developed by KAIST researchers provides high sensitivity, transparency, and mechanical durability against bending.
A bioelectronic sensor that makes use of natural photosynthetic pigment‐protein complexes to sustain a variety of functions.
Mark C. Hersam from Nortwestern University from scanning ponds to scanning probe microscopy.
A wearable piezoelectret sensor has been developed for pressure-based human pulse measurement.