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Bioelectronics is a new academic discipline formed by the cross-infiltration of biology and electronic information science. In November 1991, at the first CEC seminar in Brussels, bioelectronics was defined as the use of biological materials and biological architectures for information processing systems and new devices. The research of bioelectronics involved in two aspects: first one is to study the electronic problems of biological systems, including electronic properties of bimolecular, information storage and information transmission in biological systems, and thus develop new computational techniques based on biological information processing principle. Second is to solve biological problems by the application of electronic information science theory and technology, including bio-information access, bio-information analysis, the development of biomedical technology, the adjuvant therapy technology and the development of micro-detection equipment.
Bioelectronic materials involved in the application of materials such as conductive polymers, carbon nanotubes, organic semiconductors, gold nanoparticles, photonic dyes, graphene, quantum dots and microfluidic materials for applications in bioimaging, biosensing, implantable electronics and wearable electronics.
As one of the few mature materials in CMOS technology, titanium nitride (TiN) has proven to be very stable and is ideal for electrode applications in medical implants.