Nanoelectronics and Biomedical Devices

Nanoelectronics are so small that several hundred such devices would fit in the period at the end of this sentence. Laboratory versions made of silicon nanowires can detect disease biomarkers and even single virus cells, or record heart cells as they beat. Lieber’s team also has integrated nanoelectronics into living tissues in three dimensions — creating a “cyborg tissue.” One obstacle to the practical, long-term use of these devices is that they typically fall apart within weeks or days when implanted. In the current study, the researchers set out to make them much more stable.

  • Nano-Bio Interactions
  • Nano-Bio Interfaces
  • Nanostructured Materials for Artificial Organs
  • Smart Polymers for Biomedical Applications
  • Nanotechnology for Improving Biocompatibility
  • Regenerative Nanomedicine
  • Tissue engineering by Nanotechnology

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