Smart contact lenses could revolutionize the way in which we monitor brain activity and diagnose neurological diseases.
Color-selective organic light sensors are produced by inkjet printing with semiconducting inks.
Scientists fabricate near-infrared tandem organic photodiodes for future artificial retinal implants.
Tao Deng shares his personal motivations, inspirations, and excitement for future research discoveries.
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.