Review (in Japanese)

Fujita, H. and Fujie, T., Journal of the Adhesion Society of Japan (日本接着学会) (2022).

DOI: 10.1002/adfm.202102444

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生体接合型エレクトロニクスの設計とその応用.pdf

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(Abstract)

One of the major goals in the field of tissue-interfaced electronics is an efficient sensing or treatment by taking advantage of the proximity to the tissue, while reducing the burden on the user as much as possible. In order to achieve this goal, a wide range of innovative medical devices have been developed beyond the boundaries between academic and industrial fields in recent years. In this column, we will outline the recent trends mainly from the viewpoints of technological disciplines such as materials mechanics, biomaterials science and wireless communication engineering.