In the News - 2010

Rogers Group Work in Bio-Integrated Electronics Selected As One of the Top 25 New Ideas for 2010
Wired Magazine, December, 2010.

Tiny Lamps to Illuminate the Body
News and Views, Nature Materials, November, 2010.

Flexible LEDs to boost biomedicine
Nature News, October 17, 2010.

Stretchable LEDs could mean better medical implants
MSNBC, October 22, 2010.

Implantable LEDs Could Be Medical Sensors, or Sweet Glowing Tattoos
Discover, October 22, 2010.

Flexible LEDs For Implanting Under The Skin
Staple News, October 22, 2010.

Twist and Shine
Chemistry World, October 17, 2010.

Flexible LEDs bring light to fingertips
Physics World, October 19, 2010.

Cheap Electronics on Paper Diagnostic Chips
MITs Technology Review, October 19, 2010.

Lights On! LED Skin Implants Created
Yahoo News, October 17, 2010.

Micro-LED Devices Flex for Biomedical Applications
Optics and Photonics News (OPN), October 17, 2010.

I've Got you Under My Skin
Heber Blog, October 17, 2010.

Stretchable Light-Emitting Sheets Could Form the Basis of Implantable Optoelectronics
NOVA Science, October 17, 2010.

Stretchable Light-Emitting Sheets Could Form the Basis of Implantable Optoelectronics
Scientific American, October 17, 2010.

Future LEDs may be what the doctor orders
ABC Science, October 18, 2010.

Bored By Non-Glowing Skin? Ultra-Flexible, Waterproof LED Implants Are What You Seek
Popular Science, October 18, 2010.

Reversible Adhesion Method Mimics Aphid Feet
In This Issue, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, October 5, 2010.

Learning from Lizards
Science Centric, September 21, 2010.

Geckos Inspire New Method to Print Electronics on Complex Surfaces
Nanowerk, September 20, 2010.

Learning From Lizards - Geckos inspire new method to print electronics on complex surfaces
Nanotech Wire, September 21, 2010.

Geckos inspire new method to print electronics on complex surfaces
R&D Magazine, September 21, 2010.

Learning From Lizards - Geckos inspire new method to print electronics on complex surfaces
PhysOrg, September 21, 2010.

Geckos Inspire New Method to Print Electronics on Complex Surfaces
Science Daily, September 21, 2010.

Two Research Projects from the Rogers Group Featured in the UIUC College of Engineering Magazine
College of Engineering Magazine, Spring, 2010.

A Materials Scientist Comments on Two Methods for 3D Nanofabrication
Nature Journal Club, September 9, 2010.

Graphene Helps Make a New Kind of LED
Nanotech Web, August 13, 2010.

Flexible Optoelectronics
Nature Photonics, July, 2010.

Multi-story Production of Optoelectronics from GaAs Release
Semiconductor Today, June/July, 2010.

Semiconductor Manufacturing Technique Holds Promise for Solar Energy
Nano Times, June/July, 2010.

Cheaper by the Dozen: Making Solar Energy Affordable
Today's Science, July, 2010.

Solar Cells Sliced and Diced
Nature News, Japan, June, 2010.

Semiconductor Stacks
Chemical and Engineering News, May 24, 2010.

Groups Claim Breakthroughs in Solar Cells
EE Times, May 20, 2010.

Multi-story production of optoelectronics from GaAs release
Semiconductor Today, May 19, 2010.

New Semiconductor Manufacturing Technique Holds Promise for Solar Energy
R&D Magazine, May 20, 2010.

Semiconductor Manufacturing Technique Holds Promise for Solar Energy
Printed Electronics World, May 25, 2010.

Lowering Cost of Gallium Arsenide for Solar Cells
Electronics Weekly, May 24, 2010.

Semiconductor Manufacturing Technique Holds Promise for Solar Energy
e Science News, May 20, 2010.

Producing Novel Semiconductors en masse
Physics World, May 19, 2010.

Sandwich Solar Cells May See Off Silicon
Compound Semiconductor, May 24, 2010.

Semiconductor Manufacturing Technique Holds Promise for Solar Energy
Science Daily, May 24, 2010.

GaAs Multilayers Show Stacks of Promise
OpticsOrg, May 20, 2010.

New Method to Make Gallium Arsenide Solar Cells
PhysOrg, May 20, 2010.

Solar Cells Sliced and Diced
Nature News, May 19, 2010.

High-Performance Electronics without the High Price
MIT's Technology Review Magazine, May 21, 2010.

Paper on dissolvable films of silk for bio-integrated neural monitors is featured as the cover article of the journal Nature Materials
Nature Materials, June, 2010.

Thin-Film Trick Makes GaAs Devices Cheap
IEEE Spectrum, May 20, 2010.

Silky Circuits
The Economist, May 6, 2010.

Silken Electronics
Chemical and Engineering News, May 6, 2010.

Silk Helps Make Bio-Integrated Electronics
Nanotech Web, May 6, 2010.

Paper on improved growth of aligned arrays of nanotubes is featured as a Frontispiece in the journal Advanced Materials
Advanced Materials, April, 2010.

Electronics on the Brain
Nature, April 22, 2010.

Joint work with Tufts University on Bioresorbable Electronics Cited as One of the top 10 Emerging Technologies for 2009, by MIT's Technology Review Magazine
MIT's Technology Review, April 21, 2010.

Shrink-wrap electronics could help neurological disorders
Champaign News-Gazette, April 20, 2010.

Bio-Integrated Electronics
Nature, April 18, 2010.

A Brain-Recording Device that Melts into Place
National Institutes of Health, April 18, 2010.

Silicon Shrinkwrap Melts Smoothly Onto Cat Brain to Monitor Activity in Real Time
Popular Science, April 18, 2010.

Silk implant could aid spinal injuries, epilepsy
MSNBC, April 18, 2010.

It’s not your brain melting, it’s your brain implant
R&D Magazine, April 18, 2010.

A brain-recording device that melts into place
PhysOrg, April 18, 2010.

Silk Brain Implant Could Aid Spinal Injuries, Epilepsy
Fox News, April 18, 2010.

Implant z jedwabiu
Kopalnia Wiedzy, April 18, 2010.

Silk brain implant could aid spinal injuries, epilepsy
Yahoo News, April 18, 2010.

Ultrathin Silk-Based Electronics Make Better Brain Implants
Wired Magazine, April 18, 2010.

Silk Based Electrodes Could Aid Patients With Various Brain Conditions
TweetsLeaks, Twitter, April 18, 2010.

Brain Interfaces Made of Silk
MIT's Technology Review Magazine, April 18, 2010.

Silk brain implant could aid spinal injuries, epilepsy
Reuters, April 18, 2010.

The silk road to bio-integrated electronics
Nature, April 18, 2010.

A brain-recording device that melts into place
Nano Werk, April 18, 2010.

A brain-recording device that melts into place
First Science, April 18, 2010.

Silk forms 'intimate' brain connection
ABC News, April 18, 2010.

‘Shrink Wrap’ implant melts onto surface of the brain
Gizmag, April 18, 2010.

Silk-Based Ultrathin Flexible Implants Record Brain Activity
AZO Nanotechnology, April 18, 2010.

New Implants Mold to Brain Like Shrink-Wrap
Live Science, April 18, 2010.

The book "Semiconductor Nanomaterials for Flexible Technologies," Y. Sun and J. Rogers, Eds. is published by Elsevier.”
Elsevier Press, April 2010.

Skip the hard cell: Flexible solar power is on its way.
New Scientist, April 13, 2010.

Prof. Rogers is selected to the list of 125 Extraordinary Exes, to celebrate the 125th Anniversary of the Texas Exes, the alumni association of the University of Texas at Austin.
University of Texas at Austin, April 2010.

An electronic eye camera from the Rogers group appears in a permanent exhibit on optics in the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, in a display case with a first edition of Newton's Optics, some early Galilean telescopes and other artifacts.
Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry, March 18, 2010.

A Bendable Heart Sensor -- New flexible electronics can better chart the heart's electrical activity.
MIT's Technology Review Magazine, March 29, 2010.

Stretchable electronics device holds promise for treating irregular heart rhythms
PhysOrg, March 26, 2010.

Flexible Electronics May be the Solution to Arrhythmic Hearts
R&D Magazine, March 25, 2010.

New tissue-hugging implant maps heart electrical activity in unprecedented detail
Eureka Alert, March 26, 2010.

Flexible Sensor Array Wraps Beating Hearts to Map Cardiac Activity in Real Time
Medical News, March 24, 2010.

Flexible electronics could help put Arrhythmic hearts back on rhythm
Engineers Edge, March 24, 2010.

Flexible Sensor Array Wraps Beating Hearts to Map Cardiac Activity in Real Time
Popular Science, March 24, 2010.

Stretchable Electronics Device Holds Promise for Treating Irregular Heart Rhythms
Science Daily, March 24, 2010.

Implant Maps Heart Electrical Activity In Unprecedented Detail
Redorbit, March 24, 2010.

New tissue-hugging implant maps heart electrical activity in unprecedented detail
eScience News, March 24, 2010.

New Tissue Hugging Implant Maps Heart Electrical Activity in Unprecedented Detail
News Wise, March 24, 2010.

New tissue-hugging implant maps heart electrical activity in unprecedented detail
Techno Bahn, March 24, 2010.

New Sensors Stick to Organs to Monitor Health
My Optum Health, March 24, 2010.

Hugging the heart electronically
Science Centric, March 24, 2010.

New Sensors Stick to Organs to Monitor Health
Women's Health, March 24, 2010.

Tissue-hugging implant maps heart electrical activity in unprecedented detail
Nanowerk, March 24, 2010.

Prof. Rogers receives a joint appointment in the Department of Bioengineering
University of Illinois, April 2, 2010.

Paper on bio-integrated electronics for cardiac electrophysiology is featured on the cover of the journal Science Translational Medicine”
Science Translational Medicine, March, 2010.

Biodegradable Material Featuring Embedded Silicon-on-Silk
MedGadget, March 12, 2010.

Silk-Silicon Implantable Electronics Conform to Tissues, Then Melt Away
Popular Science, November 11, 2009.

Is Silk the Secret to Better Biomonitors?
Futurity.org, March 1, 2010.

Article on 3D Nanofabrication Featured on a Frontispiece in Advanced Materials
Advanced Materials, March, 2010.

Article on Plasmonic Crystals Featured on the Cover of Advanced Materials
Advanced Materials, March, 2010.

Paper on high voltage silicon solar mini-modules is featured on the cover of the journal Energy and Environmental Science
Energy and Environmental Science, February 10, 2010.

Printing Solar Panels
RSC Highlights in Chemical Technology, January 22, 2010.

Research on Strechable ELectronics Featured on the Cover of the 2011 NSF Budget Request to Congress
National Science Foundation, January, 2010.

Nanoprinter Could Have Cells Lining Up to be Tested
New Scientist, January, 2010.

Printing on the Nanoscale
Chemical and Engineering News, January, 2010.

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