The Chemistry of Power Free Wearable Sensors: Smart Polymeric Materials
As the knowledge base in disease diagnosis and treatment grows, we are noticing a clear trend: the vital importance of prevention. In this webinar, Michele Lee and Andrea Armani from the University of Southern California will discuss how wearable health monitoring technology enables the personalized recommendations needed for effective cancer prevention to be met.
What You Will Learn
- Strengths and weaknesses of current wearable health monitoring technology
- How trigger-responsive or "smart" polymeric materials enable power-free sensors
- How the kinetics of photodegradation is used in UV sensing
- Photocleavage of Poly(methyl acrylate) with Centrally Located o‑Nitrobenzyl Moiety: Influence of Environment on Kinetics - Michele Lee and Andrea Armani, ACS Macromolecules
- Photocleavage of Covalently Immobilized Amphiphilic Block Copolymer: From Bilayer to Monolayer - Eda Gungor and Andrea M. Armani, ACS Macromolecules
- Wearable Device Analyzes Sweat To Monitor User’s Health - c&en
- Equipping Science for the 21st Century - Andrea Armani, TEDx USC
- Google’s Nanoparticle Diagnostic Vision - c&en
The Fine Print
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