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Printed sensors based on biodegradable materials for monitoring conditiions in soil, such as soil nitrate concentration and soil moisture content.
Printed multianalyte ion sensors based on organic electrochemical transistors for monitoring ion concentrations (such as potassium, nitrate, and phosphate) in whole plant sap and hydroponic fluid.
Printed sensors for in-situ determination of microbial decomposition activity in soils and other living media by monitoring rates of biodegradation of electronic materials.
Development of printed self-healable, gel-based electronic systems and their use as tissue implants for monitoring plant health.
Integration of multianalyte printed soil sensors, including pH, oxygen content, ion concentration, and enzyme concentration to determine nitrous oxide-based greenhouse gas emissions from soils.
Printed componentry for electric machines in order to reduce the size and mass of generators using advanced automated design and cooling techniques.
Using 3D printing to fabricate functional objects, such as multifunctional material gas sorbent devices, in reduced gravity for space applications.
Printed and flexible electronic devices for controlling soft robotic systems based on hydraulically amplified self-healing electrostatic soft actuators.
Wearable sensor-based devices based on textiles and other wearable materials for monitoring human performance and providing interfaces to assist those with disabilities.