Research

Tissue-scaffold-like Electronics

Develop new kinds of flexible electronics with similar structure and properties with those of natural extracellular matter, blur the dichotomy of these two systems, truly allowing for artificial electronics being stealthy in living environments.

Multimodal Biosensors

Explore new modes of communication between biosensors and living processes in aspects of bioelectrical, biomechanical, biochemical, allowing man-made biosensors interrogating and regulating lives in their natural languages.

Cyborg Tissues
(Electronics-Tissue Integration)

Establish seamless integration between electronics and biological tissues in a way blurring the distinction of the two, which potentially will lead to new paradigm of artificial/augmented tissues or organs.

Brain-machine Interfaces

Establish seamless integration between implantable electronics and brains in living animals, creating the “Cyborg Brain”, such that chronically stable, high-throughput, multi-level selective brain analysis in vivo will ultimately become possible.