Materials and microfabrication processes for next-generation brain-machine devices

Wei-Chen Huang, Hao Sheng Wu, Christopher J Bettinger

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Abstract

Transfer printing microstructures onto novel hydrogel interfaces and customised composite electrodes could increase the compatibility and information transfer between body tissue and electronic devices.
Original languageTraditional Chinese
JournalSPIE Newsroom
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2016

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Materials and microfabrication processes for next-generation brain-machine devices. / Huang, Wei-Chen; Wu, Hao Sheng; Bettinger, Christopher J.

In: SPIE Newsroom, 11.2016.

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