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Electrochemical and Microfluidic Devices for Efficient Biofluid Interfaces on the Skin

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Wearable biosensors that analyse biological fluids on the skin are attracting attention because they are useful for monitoring health and diseases. One of the major technical challenges in wearable biosensors is interfacing the device with the skin and biological fluid present in small volumes. Hiroyuki Kai will discuss his recent efforts to develop materials that could solve this problem. The key materials include (1) porous polymer microneedles for the efficient epidermal interface and bio sensing and (2) space-filling open microfluidics aimed at collecting perspiration on the skin.

This talk is part of the Electrical Engineering series.

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