Building Interfaces: Mechanisms, fabrication, and applications at the biotic/abiotic interface for silk fibroin based bioelectronic and biooptical devices.

Brenckle, Mark.

Abstract: Recent efforts in bioelectronics and biooptics have led to a shift in the materials and form fac- tors used to make medical devices, including high performance, implantable, and wearable sensors. In this context, biopolymer-based devices must be processed to interface the soft, curvilinear bio- logical world with the rigid, inorganic world of traditional electronics and optics. This pose... read more

Tufts University. Department of Biomedical Engineering.
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