- A new class of small, thin electronic sensors can monitor temperature and pressure within the skull – crucial health parameters after a brain injury or surgery – then melt away when they are no longer needed, eliminating the need for additional surgery to remove the monitors and reducing the risk of infection and hemorrhage.
Seven University of Illinois researchers have been named to the Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researchers list for 2015.
Four scientists associated with the Department of Chemistry have been honored by their election to the National Academy of Sciences. They are: Catherine J. Murphy (Peter C.
I am very happy to announce that Wilfred van der Donk and John Rogers have been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, which was founded in 1780 and is one of the nation’s oldest sci
Professor of Chemistry and Swanlund Professor of Materials Science and Engineering John A.
Five professors at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have been named Swanlund Chairs, the highest endowed titles on the Urbana campus.
Chemistry Affiliate John Rogers has won the 2011 Lemelson-MIT Prize. The annual awards recognizes outstanding innovation and creativity.
Rogers, Founder Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, was recognized for his contributions to the science and engineering of unusual materials, patterning techniques and metrology methods
Dr. John Rogers' research into the artificial 'bionic' eyes has been reviewed by ABC news.
A new process for creating ultrathin, ultrasmall inorganic light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and assembling them into large arrays offers new classes of lighting and display systems with interesting pro
John Rogers, a world leader in designing "flexible electronics", has been named one of this year's 24 MacArthur Fellows.
Scientists have developed a new form of stretchable silicon integrated circuit that can wrap around complex shapes such as spheres, body parts and aircraft wings, and can operate during stretching,
John Rogers, Founder Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and Professor of Chemistry, has recently had his research into nanotube mesh featured in an article in Chemistry World.
John Rogers and his colleagues have published new findings on their research into creating flexible silicon solar cells.