NewsNew self-assembly method creates bioelectronics out of
microscopic structures

22nd January 2021by admin0
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Bringing together soft, malleable living cells with
hard, inflexible electronics can be a difficult task. UChicago
researchers have developed a new method to face this challenge by
utilizing microscopic structures to build up bioelectronics rather
than creating them from the top down—creating a highly customizable
product.

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