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 electromagnetic 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

> August 28, 2019  Collaboration with PYC's Lab on origami robots with wireless capabilities was published in Science Robotics.

> August 16, 2019  Our paper on wireless sensing at an exceptional point was published in Nature Electronics and featured in a News & Views.

> August 10, 2019  Our work was highlighted in an article about advancing health through innovation in the Straits Times.

> July 18, 2019  Collaboration with the TEE Research Group on an artificial peripheral nervous system was featured on the cover of Science Robotics.

> July 15, 2019  Our paper on metamaterial textiles was featured on the cover of Nature Electronics and in a News & Views. Coverage by NUS News, Business Insider, Lianhe Zaobao, BioSpectrum, MedGadget, CNA, Reuters, The Telegraph, and NYTimes.

   Nature Electronics Cover

> December 20, 2018  Our paper on wireless power transfer control was among the Year's Most Downloaded Editors' Pick in AIP Advances.

> January 29, 2018  Our paper on wireless photonic photodynamic therapy was published in PNAS. Coverage by NUS News.