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Bio-Hybrid MEMS for Medical, Environmental and Food Engineering

update:2020-06-16
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Features

We have developed original manufacturing techniques for bio-hybrid MEMSs that utilize special functions of bio-elements, proteins and living cells, for molecular selective sensing and power generation from natural fuels.
(1) Conducting polymer electrodes printed on hydrogels (image 1)
(2) Dynamic control of bio-adhesion by electrochemical means (image 2)
(3) Micro Biofuel Cells with flexible enzyme electrode patches (image 3)

Targeted Application(s)/Industry

We hope to conduct collaborative research with a willing company for a practical application of these technologies in industry.

Researchers

Department of Bioengineering and Robotics, Graduate School of Engineering

NISHIZAWA, Matsuhiko , Professor
Doctor of Engineering

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