RIS ID

97278

Publication Details

Molino, P. J. & Wallace, G. G. (2015). Next generation bioelectronics: advances in fabrication coupled with clever chemistries enable the effective integration of biomaterials and organic conductors. APL Materials, 3 (1), 014913-1-014913-12.

Abstract

Organic bioelectronics is making an enormous impact in the field of tissue engineering, providing not just biocompatible, but biofunctional conducting material platforms. For their true potential to be reached, it is critical to integrate organic conductors with other biopolymers in a targeted manner, allowing the development of devices and scaffold architectures capable of delivering a number of physical, chemical, and electrical stimuli. Herein, we provide an overview of the methods currently being employed to tailor organic conductors for bioapplications, with a focus on the development of fabrication techniques vital to the development of the next generation of intelligent bionic devices.

Grant Number

ARC/CE0561616

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Link to publisher version (DOI)

http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4905372