In the News - 2019


" Sensors are first to monitor babies in the NICU "



“J. Abbasi write a highlight piece in JAMA, titled Wireles Vital Signs Monitoring in the NICU, that features our work in this area, as originally published in Science”

      JAMA, April, 2019.

“ Our wireless, skin-like devices for vital signs monitoring in the NICU are featured on CBS This Morning and CBS Evening News. ”

      CBS News, March 2019.

Feinberg Breakthroughs Podcast -- Wireless Technology in the NICU with John A. Rogers, PhD, and Amy Paller, MD 

      Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, March, 2019.

C. Dampier writes a piece in the Chicago Tribune on our work in skin-like wireless monitors for the NICU -- Premature babies are often covered in wires. A Northwestern scientists new invention could change that.

      Chicago Tribune, March 1, 2019.

Press release on our work on battery-free, skin-like wireless monitors for the NICU, published in Science

      Northwestern University, March 1, 2019.

R. Guinsburg writes a Perspectives piece, titled Improving Care of Critically Ill Newborns, that highlights our work inbinodal, wireless skin-like devices for vital signs monitoring in the neonatal intensive care unit, as published in Science

      Science, March, 2019.

Many news agencies highlight our work on Binodal wireless epidermal electronic systems with in-sensor analytics for neonatal intensive care, published in Science

      CBS This Morning, Associated Press, Reuters, NY Times, MIT Technology Review, IEEE Spectrum and many others, March, 2019.