In the News - 2015

Several news agencies highlight our work on soft, fully implantable optoelectronic systems for wireless optogenetics, published in Nature Biotechnology
NanotechWeb, Yahoo News, MIT Technology Review Magazine, The Ryersonian and others, November, 2015.

Several news agencies highlight our work on epidermal blood flow sensors, published in Science Advances
MIT Technology Review Magazine, Popular Mechanics, IEEE Spectrum and others, November, 2015.

"Laboratory Learning" L. Ahlberg writes a news story on undergraduate research experiences in the Rogers Research Group

Several news agencies highlight our work on microscale kirigami as a form of mesoscale self-assembly, published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA
Chicago Tribune, American Scientist, Science Daily and others, September, 2015.

Prof. Rogers is designated as a 2015 Highly Cited Researcher in Materials Science and in Physics, by Thomson-Reuters, September 2015

Prof. Rogers accepts a position at Northwestern University as the Simpson-Querrey Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry, Biomedical Engineering and Medicine, and Director of a newly endowed Center on Bio-Integrated Electronics, with a start date of Fall 2016

"Remote-Controlled Mice" Anikeeva and Jia write a Preview piece in Cell that highlights our work on injectable optofluidic systems for wireless pharmacology and optogenetics, originally published in Cell
Cell, August, 2015.

Prof. Rogers receives a Faculty Entrepreneur Fellowship from the College of Engineering at Univ. of Illinois, July 2015

Prof. Rogers named as a member of the Texas A&M Institute for Advanced Study, and an Eminent Scholar and Visiting Professor in Mechanical Engineering, July 2015

Several news agencies highlight our work on wireless, optofludic injectable devices for programmable, in vivo pharmacology and optogenetics, published in Cell
St. Louis Public Radio, NIH Press Office, Nature and others, July, 2015.

"Skin health monitoring" Lacour writes a News and Views piece in Nature Materials that highlights our work on epidermal piezoelectric modulus measurement systems, originally published in Nature Materials
Nature Materials, June, 2015.

Cover feature piece on our work in bio-inspired photonic systems appears in Optics and Photonics News, June 2015

Feature piece on our work in epidermal electronic systems appears in IEEE Spectrum Magazine, June 2015

Prof. Rogers elected to the National Academy of Sciences, April 2015

The BBC News published a story on a talk by Prof. Rogers on 3D assembly at the American Physical Society meeting: http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-31759564
March 6, 2015.

Prof. Rogers receives the ETH Zurich Chemical Engineering Medal from the Eidgenossische Technische Hochschule Zurich, February 2015

Our work on 3D deterministic assembly of micro/nanomaterials is featured on the home page of the website for the Office of Science at the US Department of Energy
January 9, 2015.

Many news agencies highlight our work on 3D deterministic assembly of micro/nanomaterials, published in Science
Nano Today, Physics World, Science Daily, Fox News, and many others, January, 2015.

"Designing two-dimensional materials that spring rapidly into three-dimensional shapes" Ye and Tsukruk write a Perspectives piece in Science that highlights our work on 3D deterministic assembly of micro/nanomaterials, originally published in Science
Science, January, 2015.

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