New work in collaboration with Iain McCulloch (KAUST/Imperial), highlights design rules to address stability of BDT-based organic semiconductors for bioelectronic applications. Check out “Redox-Stability of Alkoxy-BDT Copolymers and their Use for Organic Bioelectronic Devices” out now in Advanced Functional Materials.
The Rivnay Group studies organic bioelectronic materials, devices and systems for interfacing between the complex world of biology and traditional electronics. Our interests involve understanding the unique active properties of organic (small molecule and polymeric) materials, including mixed ionic-electronic conduction and actuation and utilizing their strengths for sensing/stimulation in biomedical settings. Our group is based in the … Continue reading Organic Bioelectronics at Northwestern