Bioelectronic Logic

Bioelectronics is a frontier field which aims to connect biological systems with modern electronics and so create the next generation of biomedical devices. A key challenge in bioelectronics is transducing ion and electron signals using some form of biocompatible functional interface. This is a difficult task since ion and electron physics are different in many ways. This project will deliver new understanding of ion-electron interactions relevant to bioelectronics, and create novel transducing interfaces. By combining individual transducers, we will demonstrate ground-breaking bioelectronic logic capable of interface-level processing.

Project team

Professor Adam Micolich
Faculty of Science

Project collaborators: External

Prof. Paul Meredith
Swansea University, Wales
Prof. Christelle Prinz
Lund University, Sweden

Key contact

Faculty of Science