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Feinberg School of Medicine Podcast

August 10, 2018
John A. Rogers, PhD, has created a fleet of wireless, wearable devices that have the potential to change the way physicians collect data and treat patients, from NICU preemies to stroke patients in recovery.

Optogenetics: Controlling Neurons With Photons

April 15, 2018
Coffey writes a cover feature article in Optics and Photonics News that highlights our work on wireless, implantable LED systems for optogenetics, originally published in Neuron and commercially avaialble from Neurolux, Inc.

Palpatating biopsy needles

March 31, 2018
Song and Greenleaf write a News and Views piece in Nature Biomedical Engineering that highlights our work on millimeter-scale, piezoelectric modulus sensors capable of integration with biopsy needles for in situ, soft tissue characterization, originally published in Nature Biomedical Engineering

Future of Medicine from a Leader in Biosensors

March 15, 2018
Eric Topol, editor-in-chief of Medscape, and Prof. John Rogers, Northwestern University Professor, sit down to discuss bioelectronics, biosensors and the future of medicine.

Engadget Best of CES 2018 Award Winners

January 12, 2018
Engadget's editors applied their extensive knowledge of the tech industry to scouring the show floor for the very best of the best at CES, choosing a winner in each of the 17 highly competitive categories based on level of innovation, design, market appeal and functionality.

USA Today Coverage of UV Sense

January 12, 2018
Our wireless, battery-free, millimeter-scale UV dosimeters featured in a CES best-of-show video and article by USA Today, January, 2018.

When Science Becomes Art

October 2, 2017
Northwestern engineer John Rogers has elevated his cutting edge invention, a “Lab on the Skin,” to a rare level of cultural notoriety as part of a new exhibit in New York's Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). In addition to multiple versions of the device itself, the exhibit includes an animated video from Northwestern to illustrate the technology and showcase potential future applications.
flexible, capacitively coupled electronics for chronic mapping of electrophysiology

Bioelectronic Devices: Long-lived Recordings

March 9, 2017
Rotenberg and Tian write a News and Views piece in Nature Biomedical Engineering that highlights our work on flexible, capacitively coupled electronics for chronic mapping of electrophysiology (Originally published in Nature Biomedical Engineering, March 2017)
Yonggang Huang

Yonggang Huang to Receive Prager Medal

September 30, 2016
The Society of Engineering Science bestows the award annually to a researcher with outstanding contributions in theoretical or experimental solid mechanics.
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