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Publications

Ultralightweight and 3D Squeezable Graphene-Polydimethylsiloxane Composite Foams as Piezoresistive Sensors

Bioinspired Cilia Sensors with Graphene Sensing Elements Fabricated Using 3D Printing and Casting

Biomimetic hydrogel-CNT network induced enhancement of fluid-structure interactions for ultrasensitive nanosensors

From Biological Cilia to Artificial Flow Sensors: Biomimetic Soft Polymer Nanosensors with High Sensing Performance

Fish-inspired self-powered microelectromechanical flow sensor with biomimetic hydrogel cupula

Flexible liquid crystal polymer-based electrochemical sensor for in-situ detection of zinc(II) in seawater

Sensing the flow beneath the fins

Artificial fish skin of self-powered micro-electromechanical systems hair cells for sensing hydrodynamic flow phenomena

MEMS sensors for assessing flow-related control of an underwater biomimetic robotic stingray

3D Printed Graphene Piezoresistive Microelectromechanical System Sensors to Explain the Ultrasensitive Wake Tracking of Wavy Seal Whiskers

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Press/media

MIT Technology Review Innovators Under 35 Award

Regulating IV infusion with innovative blind cave fish-inspired sensor

The Smart Sensors of Kottapalli - By Touch

Skin-inspired sensors help measure and understand mobility

Wearable Sensors in Fabric May Help Monitor Disease Progression

Skin-inspired sensors show how our body moves

Skin-inspired sensors show how our body moves

Skin-inspired sensors show how our body moves

Flowsensoren gebaseerd op vissen en zeehonden voor biomedische toepassingen

Sensors inspired by seal whiskers and fish

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