from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The application of the principles of electronics to biology and medicine.
- n. The study of the role of intermolecular electron transfer in physiological processes.
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- n. (electronics) The application of electronics in the field of biology
- n. (electronics) The proposed construction of electronic-like circuits from proteins or other biological macromolecules
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He sank slowly, eyes squeezed tight to protect the sensitive bioelectronics within.
They're also working with a tissue-engineering group to develop implantable bioelectronics that could make better connections between the body and neural prosthetics such as those that control some artificial limbs.
The Harvard group, led by chemistry professor Charles Lieber, is now developing more sophisticated bioelectronics that will take advantage of transistors 'ability to send as well as receive electrical signals.
The purpose of the UCPSS symposium to increase the level of understanding on ultra-clean processing technology in all steps of the IC-production, PV and bioelectronics.
In bioelectronics, IMEC has the ambition to become an important center, growing its research qualitatively.
As one of the world's leading providers of electron-beam lithography systems critical to the future of nanotechnology, Vistec Electron Beam Lithography Group is targeting emerging business applications in nanotechnology, biomolecular, bioelectronics, next generation lithography mask-making, silicon direct-write (defense / aerospace), telecommunications, micro-optics and micromechanics markets, as well as industrial applications in electron-beam direct write and commercial mask writing.
"Therefore, we are determined to expand our research facilities and offering in CMOS scaling and packaging, photovoltaics, wireless technologies and bioelectronics.