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The paper has been featured as a cover paper in Nature Electronics!
Apr. 28, 2021
Our paper recently published in Nature Electronics ("Stretchable and suturable fibre sensors for wireless monitoring of connective tissue strain") has been featured as a cover of the journal. You can find the full cover image from the Board section. Huge Congrats!
최근 Nature Electronics에 게재된 논문 ("Stretchable and suturable fibre sensors for wireless monitoring of connective tissue strain")이 해당 저널의 4월호 표지 논문으로 선정되었습니다.
(Board 탭에서 full image를 볼 수 있습니다.)
New members join
Apr. 22. 2021
New members, Hyeji Ryu, Jeong Wu Lee, Tae Woo Lee have joined our group as undergraduate research interns. They will study an implantable and wearable biosensors. Welcome!
The paper in Nature Electronics has been highlighted in Korean press
Apr. 5, 2021
Our paper recently published Nature Electronics has also been highlighted in 29 Korean press including DongA-Science, Maeil, Herald, etc.
최근 Nature Electronics에 게재된 Suturable fiber strain sensor에 대한 연구/개발 내용이 동아사이언스, 헤럴드경제, 매일경제 등 다수의 미디어(총 29개)에 소개되었습니다!
Paper published in Nature Electronics
Apr. 1, 2021
The paper "Stretchable and suturable fibre sensors for wireless monitoring of connective tissue strain" has been published in Nature Electronics (IF: 27.5).
이재홍 교수님이 주저자/교신저자로 참여하고 김화중 학생이 공동저자로 참여한 논문이 Nature Electronics (IF=27.5, JCR 0.18%)에 게재 되었습니다!
본 연구는 스위스 취리히 연방공과대학(ETH Zurhch), 취리히 병원, 한국생명공학연구원과의 공동연구로 진행되었습니다.
Research fund granted
Mar. 2, 2021
Our team has been selected for the Young Scientist Grants (Outstanding track) funded by National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) with the title "Suturable and biodegradable fiber strain/pressure sensing system for improvement of connective tissue rehabilitation". Our team will get 750 million KRW for 5 years from the project.
2021년 신진연구 (우수신진) 신규 과제에 SoBiLab이 최종 선정되어 5년간 7.5억을 지원받아 연구를 수행하게 되었습니다. (과제명: 결합조직 재활 효율 극대화를 위한 직접 봉합용 체내분해 섬유형 무선 변형/압력 센싱 시스템 개발)
New members join our group
Feb. 24, 2021
New members, Jinho Kim and Seong Kyu Lee, joined our group as M.S. students. They will mainly work on biodegradable fiber sensing systems and machine learning-based wearable systems, respectively. Welcome!