Graphene is used for transfer of inkjet-printed antenna coil onto biodegradable polymer nanosheets.
This technology helps low heat-resistive biodegradable substrates to be applied for flexible electronics.
Nanosheet antenna coils are adhesive to biological tissues and successful to light up a blue LED wirelessly.
The Inkjet-printed flexible neural electrodes recorded spikes from mouse in vivo, which is the first proof-of-concept study to apply the ultrathin microelectrode fabricated on the flexible polymeric nanofilm in neural technology.
Expandable Wiring for Wearable Devices Inspired by "Kirigami"
Real-time measurement of palm muscle activity during pitching by combining ultra-thin polymeric electrodes and stretchy wiring
Discover the difference in palm muscle activity during pitching depending on the pitch type
Development of a freestanding porous nanosheet with optical transparency more than twice that of a nano-imprinted substrate for three-dimensional cell culture
Successfully created spheroids showing mRNA expression of proliferating factors
Micro-crystals of drug were sandwiched with nanosheets in order to load a sufficient amount of drug, to realize stable adhesion to the injury site and to suppress the initial burst of drug release. Silver sulfadiazine-loaded nanosheets can act as an effective treatment for partial-thickness burn injury.
Ag nanoparticle-loaded nanosheets were prepared by photoreduction of Ag+ in LbL nanosheets and were worked as a transferrable film material that can provide antimicrobial surfaces.
Roll-to-roll (R2R) fabrication of free-standing PEDOT:PSS nanosheets and their application as skin-contact electrodes for detecting bio-electric signals.
Ultrathin sensor could measure fine deformations of human skin without less interference.
Development of a free-standing ultra-thin and biocompatible polymer nanosheets
To reveal a lot of unknown cellular activities, we are constructing novel fluorescent probes for bio-imaging
Liposome should be multi-functional platform for drug delivery system
Liposome based artificial platelets could promote platelet aggregation