BIOELECTRONICS

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Scientists recently gathered in Asilomar, California, to discuss the latest developments in bioelectronics research. Interfaces between our body and advanced technologies for biomedical and other applications are becoming ever more diverse and effective.

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Correspondence to Nicholas A. Melosh.

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