Many news agencies highlight our work on epidermal microfluidic devices for sweat capture and analysis, published in Science Translational Medicine
Associated Press, Reuters, New York Times, Washington Post, VOA, IEEE Spectrum and many others, November, 2016.
Many news agencies highlight our work on epidermal mechano-acoustic sensing devices for health tracking, implant monitoring and human-machine interfaces, published in Science Advances
BBC Radio, US News and World Report, IEEE Spectrum, Printed Electronics World, and many others, November, 2016.
Prof. Rogers is elected to the Editorial Board for Science Advances, USA, December 2016
Prof. Rogers is selected to receive an Honorary Professorship at Zhejiang University, October 2016
Many news agencies highlight our work on battery-free skin-mounted devices for blood oximetry, published in Science Advances
IEEE Spectrum, German Public Radio, phys.org, NIH NCBI and many others, August, 2016.
Many news agencies highlight our work on soft, skin-compatible power supply systems, published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
IEEE Spectrum, Gizmodo, slashgear, qmed, techxplore and many others, July, 2016.
Prof. Rogers is selected as the recipient of the 2016 IEEE EMBS Trailblazer Award, June 2016
MC10, Inc. is the recipient of the IEEE Spectrum Emerging Technology Award for 2016. This award is presented to the technology that has the most promising potential to provide the greatest financial return from broad commercial application. MC10 combines its proprietary ultra-thin, flexible body-worn sensors with advanced analytics to unlock health insights from physiological data, June 2016
Many news agencies highlight our work on bioresorbable silicon electronic interfaces to the brain, published in Nature
CNN, IEEE Spectrum, Discover, New Scientist, United Press International, Chemical and Engineering News, German Public Radio, and many others, January, 2016.
Many news agencies highlight two new product announcements at CES by MC10, one of the startups that is commercializing technology from the Rogers group. The products involve soft, skin-mounted technologies for: (1) monitoring of motion disorders such as Parkinsons and ALS, and (2) performing UV dosimetry (with L'Oreal)
New York Times, BBC, USA Today, IEEE Spectrum, Gizmodo, Engadget and many others, January, 2016.
Prof. Rogers is elected to the Editorial Board for the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, January 2016