Flexible transparent metal electrodes to measure bio-currents”, Design for Science, April 2017

— “Flexible Si sensors allow for long-term electrophysiology“, MRS Bulletin, March 2017

— “Implantable Cardiac Monitor Could Last Seven Decades In The Body“, Med Device Online, March 2017

Flexible Sensor Might One Day Monitor a Heart for Decades“, IEEE Spectrum, March 2017

 “Bioelectronic devices: Long-lived recordings” Rotenberg and Tian write a News and Views piece in Nature Biomedical Engineering that highlights our work on flexible, capacitively coupled electronics for chronic mapping of electrophysiology, originally published in Nature Biomedical Engineering
Nature Biomedical Engineering, March 2017.

— Fang research group starts in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Northeastern University, August 1st 2016.

—“Dissolving electrodes could ease pain of epilepsy surgery“, Chemistry World, April 2016.

— “Chalcogenide monolayers make good LEDs and lasers“, nanotechweb.org, April 2014.

— “Berkeley Lab Researchers Discover Universal Law for Light Absorption in 2D Semiconductors“, LBL News Center, July 2013.

— “Surface charge transfer n-dopes semiconducting thin films“, nanotechweb.org, May 2013.

— “III-V semiconductors grow on silicon“, nanotechweb.org, July 2012.

— “InAs membranes could compete with Si MOSFETs“, nanotechweb.org, November 2011.

— “Silicon’s Long Good-bye“, Technology Review, Nov. 2010.

— “Printing III-V Transistors Onto Silicon“, IEEE Spectrum, Nov. 2010.