In the News - 2019

Press release on our work on flexible, skin-interfaced sheets that can create sensations of touch for enhanced experiences in virtual and augmented reality, published in Nature
Northwestern University, November 19, 2019.

Press release on a generous philanthropic gift from Northwestern trustees Kimberly Querrey and Louis Simpson to establish the Institute for Bioelectronics
Northwestern University, November 16, 2019.

Many news agencies highlight our work on Skin-Integrated Wireless Haptic Interfaces for Virtual and Augmented Reality, published in Nature
CNN, BBC, CBC, Scientific American, Discover Magazine, The Times (London), IEEE Spectrum and many others, November, 2019.

Press release on our work on optofluidic injectable probes of processes in the deep brain, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Northwestern University, November 19, 2019.

Press release on the election of Prof. Rogers to the National Academy of Medicine
Northwestern University, October 21, 2019.

Press release on a large grant from the NIH to fund the development of a bioelectronic implant designed to prevent deaths from accidental opioid overdose
Northwestern University, October 14, 2019.

Prof. Rogers is selected to receive the AAAFM-Nakamura Award from the American Association for Advances in Functional Materials, 2019

S. Forward, S.J.J. Kwok and S.-H. Yun write a News and Views piece, titled Bioresorbable Spectrometers, that features our work published in Nature Biomedical Engineering
Nature Biomedical Engineering, August, 2019.

S. Ravindran writes a highlight In This Issue piece, titled Controlled Twisting of Advanced Materials Into Complex Structures, that features our work published in PNAS
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, April, 2019.

J. Abbasi write a highlight piece in JAMA, titled Wireles Vital Signs Monitoring in the NICU, that features our work in this area, as originally published in Science
JAMA, April, 2019.

Press release on the opening of a special exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry -- Wired to Wear -- that will feature six different technologies that have emerged from our research group over the last few years
Northwestern University and Museum of Science and Industry, March 18, 2019.

Our wireless, skin-like devices for vital signs monitoring in the NICU are featured on Noticias Telemundo.
Telemundo, March 2019.

Our wireless, skin-like devices for vital signs monitoring in the NICU are featured on CBS This Morning and CBS Evening News.
CBS News, March 2019.

Feinberg Breakthroughs Podcast -- Wireless Technology in the NICU with John A. Rogers, PhD, and Amy Paller, MD
Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, March, 2019.

D.G. Barone and G.G. Malliaras write a News and Views piece, titled Epidermal Electrophysiology at Scale, that highlights our work in advanced, large-area epidermal electronics for coverage over full scalp and the full circumference of the forearm, with applications in MRI-compatible EEG and prosthetics control, respectively, as published in Nature Biomedical Engineering
Nature Biomedical Engineering, March, 2019.

C. Dampier writes a piece in the Chicago Tribune on our work in skin-like wireless monitors for the NICU -- Premature babies are often covered in wires. A Northwestern scientists new invention could change that.
Chicago Tribune, March 1, 2019.

Press release on our work on battery-free, skin-like wireless monitors for the NICU, published in Science
Northwestern University, March 1, 2019.

R. Guinsburg writes a Perspectives piece, titled Improving Care of Critically Ill Newborns, that highlights our work inbinodal, wireless skin-like devices for vital signs monitoring in the neonatal intensive care unit, as published in Science
Science, March, 2019.

Many news agencies highlight our work on binodal wireless epidermal electronic systems with in-sensor analytics for neonatal intensive care, published in Science
CBS This Morning, Associated Press, Reuters, NY Times, MIT Technology Review, IEEE Spectrum and many others, March, 2019.

A. Mandavilli writes a piece in the New York Times on our work in sweat microfluidics -- Your Sweat Will See You Now
New York Times, January 18, 2019.

Many news agencies highlight our work on water-proof skin-interface microfluidic systems for sweat collection and analysis in aquatic sports, published in Science Advances
German Public Radio, Wired, LA Times, Physics World, Videnskab and many others, January, 2019.

Many news agencies highlight our work on skin-interfaced microfluidic/electronic systems for sweat collection and analysis, published in Science Advances
NY Times, C&ENews, Healthcare Packaging and many others, January, 2019.

Many news agencies highlight our work on implantable, closed-loop optoelectronic systems for bladder control, published in Nature
Science News, Daily Mail, MedicalXPress, Daily Cambridge, Nanowerk and many others, January, 2019.

Haghiashtiani and McAlpine write a News and Views piece, 3D Piezoelectric Microsystems Pop Up, that highlights our work on 3D piezoelectric systems
Nature Electronics, January, 2019.

Our skin-mounted sweat microfluidic devices are announced as a product with LOreal and La Roche Posay for determining skin pH.

Many news agencies highlight our work on implantable, closed-loop optoelectronic systems for bladder control, published in Nature
Science News, Daily Mail, MedicalXPress, Daily Cambridge, Nanowerk and many others, January, 2019.

E. Roche writes a News and Views piece, Implant Aids Responsive Bladder Control, that highlights our work on soft optoelectronic implants for peripheral neuromodulation
Nature, January, 2019.

Press release on our work on battery-free, wireless closed-loop systems for optogenetic peripheral neuromodulation -- with demonstrations in the treatment of bladder disorders, published in Nature
Northwestern University, January, 2019.

Our skin-mounted sweat microfluidic devices are released through a nation-wide advertisement campaign with Gatorade, featuring Serena Williams and Jayson Tatum.
Gatorade, beginning on December 25, 2018 during NBA games, and since then during various televised sporting events.

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