Graphene Biosensor Tattoo

Nov 17 | 11:10-11:20 AM | PUZZLE X Inspiration Stage

Dr. Shideh Kabiri Ameri, Assistant Professor at Queen’s University

Graphene Biosensor Tattoos are truly wearable electronics that can shape the future of biotech applications such as neonatal monitoring, human-machine interfaces, athletic training, etc. These next-gen biosensors can be laminated onto human skin like a temporary tattoo to monitor ECG, skin hydration, and skin temperature. Discover what's next for Graphene Biosensor Tattoos and active electronics skin wearables for ultimate connectivity and monitoring.