JHU chemists devise self-assembling 'organic wires'
...stors, so, too, are those involved with organic electronics devising ways to shrink the features of their materials, so they can be better utilized in bioelectronic
applications such as those above.
To this end, a team of chemists at The Johns Hopkins University has created water-soluble electronic materials th...
Smell of success for nanobiosensors
...olecules of odorant with a very high degree of accuracy. Some of the results of the trials surpassed even our expectations," Samitier says. These tiny bioelectronic
sensors, he says, represent a 'major leap forward' in smell technology and a clear example of a biomimetic devices obtained by converging Nano-Bio-Inf...
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The application of electronics to biology and medicine has resulted in vital healthcare technology such as electrocardiography, the cardiac pacemaker, the blood glucose meter and magnetic resonance imaging. The next generation of healthcare technology will be enabled by bioelectronics, a frontier discipline emerging at the interfaces of electronics and...
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The Next Frontier: Bioelectronic Interfaces | MIT World
In the beginning, there was ENIAC. The first electrical computer could do 5,000 additions or subtractions per second, recounts Mark Reed, as long as people with ...