Design and development of microfabrication technologies and their applications to micro/nano devices and systems for chemical and biological sensing, small-scale energy conversion and harvesting.
The Ohio State faculty member will conduct fundamental studies vital to future radio-frequency reconfigurable communication systems.
In latest development, the researchers have miniaturized the platform and are able to control it through wireless signals.
The researchers will combine applied microbiology with engineering disciplines to explore the complex interactions between flexible sensors, bacterial biofilms, and bioelectric treatment.
The marbles, or 'bPods,' will contain microsystems that can “eavesdrop on biology” during fermentation, cell or culture-growing processes.
UMD researchers receive $1.5 M NSF grant to develop first-of-kind bioelectronics.
The MEMS Materials and Processes Handbook has had more than 71,500 chapter downloads since its publication in 2011.
An electric vehicle charger innovation takes home top honors for Invention of Year.
The paper culminates a four-year collaboration among Clark School, IBBR and University of Maryland School of Medicine researchers.
Invention of the Year nominee presents new technology to detect and treat the source of catheter-associated UTIs in hospitalized patients
Among the nine 2017 Invention of the Year award nominees, six are led by or include Clark School researchers.