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Soft, Wireless Optoelectronic Technologies for Neuroscience Research

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Air date: Monday, February 29, 2016, 12:00:00 PM
Time displayed is Eastern Time, Washington DC Local
Views: Total views: 207, (22 Live, 185 On-demand)
Category: Neuroscience
Runtime: 01:00:43
Description: NIH Neuroscience Series Seminar

Dr. Rogers lab seeks to understand and exploits interesting characteristics of 'soft' materials, such as polymers, liquid crystals, and biological tissues as well as hybrid combinations of them with unusual classes of micro/nanomaterials, in the form of ribbons, wires, membranes, tubes or related. Their aim is to control and induce novel electronic and photonic responses in these materials; they also develop new 'soft lithographic' and biomimetic approaches for patterning them and guiding their growth. This work combines fundamental studies with forward-looking engineering efforts in a way that promotes positive feedback between the two. Their current research focuses on soft materials for conformal electronics, nanophotonic structures, microfluidic devices, and microelectromechanical systems, all lately with an emphasis on bio-inspired and bio-integrated technologies. These efforts are highly multidisciplinary, and combine expertise from nearly every traditional field of technical study.
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NLM Title: Soft, wireless optoelectronic technologies for neuroscience research / John Rogers.
Author: Rogers, John A.
National Institutes of Health (U.S.),
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Abstract: (CIT): Dr. Rogers lab seeks to understand and exploits interesting characteristics of 'soft' materials, such as polymers, liquid crystals, and biological tissues as well as hybrid combinations of them with unusual classes of micro/nanomaterials, in the form of ribbons, wires, membranes, tubes or related. Their aim is to control and induce novel electronic and photonic responses in these materials; they also develop new 'soft lithographic' and biomimetic approaches for patterning them and guiding their growth. This work combines fundamental studies with forward-looking engineering efforts in a way that promotes positive feedback between the two. Their current research focuses on soft materials for conformal electronics, nanophotonic structures, microfluidic devices, and microelectromechanical systems, all lately with an emphasis on bio-inspired and bio-integrated technologies. These efforts are highly multidisciplinary, and combine expertise from nearly every traditional field of technical study.
Subjects: Biomedical Technology
Fiber Optic Technology
Nanostructures
Neurosciences
Research Design
Wireless Technology
Publication Types: Lecture
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NLM Classification: WL 100
NLM ID: 101680568
CIT Live ID: 17441
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