Welcome to the NUS
Wireless Bioelectronics Group

We are an interdisciplinary team that seeks to develop bioelectronic tools to address important scientific and biomedical challenges in human health. Our current research focuses on advanced technologies for wireless powering, sensing, and communication within living systems. We integrate these technologies in bioelectronic systems and work closely with clinicians and life scientists in order to demonstrate innovative approaches to study, diagnose, and treat disease.


Block E4, Level 7, Room 18
Engineering Drive 3
Singapore 117583

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Recent News

> May 19, 2022 Congratulations to Dat, Qihang, and Xi for winning Best Student Paper Award at IMBioC 2022!

> May 4, 2022 Our paper on liquid metal electronic textiles was selected an Editor's Highlight showcasing the best 50 papers in "Devices".

> April 21, 2022 Rongzhou and Han-Joon's paper on liquid metal electronic textiles was published in Nature Communications. This was a collaboration with Yong Lin Kong's group.

> February 23, 2022 John was quoted in an article Trying On Smart Clothes published in ACM News.

> November 19, 2021 Ze, Sippanat, and Sophie's paper on a wireless infection sensor was published in Science Advances. Coverage by Scientific American (中文), STAT, and BioSpectrum.

> October 16, 2021 Our paper on wirelessly operated sutures was featured on the cover of Nature Biomedical Engineering and in a News and Views. Read the Behind the Paper post and coverage by NUS News.

> October 15, 2021 Viveka was listed as one of the SG50 Women in Tech!

> October 13, 2021 Congratulations to Zhipeng, Ze, and Chenhhui for winning the Best Paper Award (2nd Prize) at IEEE BHI-BSN 2021!

> June 30, 2021 John was featured in a profile Moving Medicine Out of the Clinic in Physics.