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UH wearable electronics research featured as back cover article in Advanced Functional Materials.

New flexible biocompatible sensor targets cardiovascular diseases

 

UH Wearable Electronics Research Featured in Advanced Functional Materials
Cunjiang Yu, professor of mechanical engineering at the UH Cullen College of Engineering, said the work represents a significant step toward the development of prosthetics that could directly connect with the peripheral nerves in biological tissues, as well as toward advances in soft neurorobots capable of thinking and making judgments.

Device is First Step Toward a More Sophisticated Artificial Nervous System

 

In work that combines a deep understanding of the biology of soft-bodied animals such as earthworms with advances in materials and electronic technologies, researchers from the United States and China have developed a robotic device containing a stretchable transistor that allows neurological function.

Researchers Build a Soft Robot with Neurologic Capabilities
Jerrod Henderson, instructional associate professor at the UH Cullen College of Engineering, with some of his students.

Jerrod Henderson Recognized for Diversity and Student Success Efforts

 

Jerrod Henderson, instructional associate professor at the UH Cullen College of Engineering, will receive the 2019 Outstanding Young Alumni Award from his alma mater. The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Illinois chose seven alumni to recognize.

Cullen College Professor Wins Outstanding Young Alumni Award
SurfEllent, a UH startup, and its innovative products are going places.

The Inside Story of a Tech Startup

 

SurfEllent, a UH startup which brings innovative and durable anti-icing coating technologies to the market, is hot, hot, hot! It has raised $470,000 in funding and the year is not over yet.

UH Startup SurfEllent Raises $470K in Funding
A team of researchers led by University of Houston engineer Cunjiang Yu has reported a new way to manufacture curvy, three-dimensional electronics.

New Method Fills a Need in Emerging Applications for Electronic Devices

 

Contact lenses that can monitor your health as well as correct your eyesight aren’t science fiction, but an efficient manufacturing method – finding a way to produce the curved lenses with embedded electronics – has remained elusive.

Researchers Report a New Way to Produce Curvy Electronics
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