Ongoing (2014): 409 (€45M)
ISI Wos: 2525
Imagine waking up sick. The doctor’s business card can reveal the truth. When putting the tongue in contact with it a small blue dot appears next to the word “flu”. You notice that the phone number that was originally black is now displayed in blinking red letters, meaning a message has been sent to him.This project aims to contribute to turn this scenario real, making cellulose a real “electronic” material, which will result in a new class of low cost, recyclable / disposable electronic devices.
Development of bioinspired nose sensors for identification of bacterial infections, decreasing microbial detection and identification from hours to seconds.
Gather, in a single substrate, solar cells, thermoelectrics and capacitor, to transform the natural heat and light in the environment into electricity, and to store it.