Hydrogel electrodes for interfacing with tissue

Conductive and elastic hydrogel-based microelectronic arrays with high current-injection density and low interfacial impedance with tissue enable the localized low-voltage electrical stimulation of the sciatic nerve in live mice.

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Chief Editor, Nature Biomedical Engineering, Nature Research

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The cover illustrates a hydrogel-based polymer-encapsulated microelectrode array pressed against soft jelly.

See Liu et al.

Image: Amir M. Foudeh, Yuxin Liu, Jia Liu and Zhenan Bao, Stanford University. Cover design: Alex Wing.