Advances in Nanoelectronics for Medical Devices, "Cyborgs"

February 27, 2014
The debut of cyborgs that are part human and part machine may be a long way off, but researchers say they may now be close. In a recent study, they report the development of a coating that makes nanoelectronics much more stable in conditions mimicking those in the human body. The advance could aid in the development of small, implanted devices for monitoring health and disease.
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