Xingcai Zhang

Harvard/MIT Research Fellow, Harvard University
  • Harvard University
  • 2253041387
  • United States of America

About Xingcai Zhang

Sustainable Nature-inspired/derived/mimetic materials, nanomaterials, biomedicine, lab-on-chip, 2D/C/porous/polymer materials, tea. Dr. Xingcai Zhang, Harvard/MIT Research Fellow; Science Writer/Editorial (Advisory) Board Member for Springer Nature, Elsevier, Materials Today, Royal Society of Chemistry, Wiley; Nature Nano Ambassador with 5 STEM degrees/strong background in sustainable Nature-derived/inspired/mimetic materials for biomed/sensing/catalysis/energy/environment applications, with more than 100 high-impact journal publications in Nature Reviews Materials (featured cover paper), etc. https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=2vDraMoAAAAJ&view_op=list_works&sortby=pubdate

https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7114-1095

https://scholar.harvard.edu/xingcaizhang Contact: xingcai@mit.edu +1-2253041387 wechat:drtea1

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Artificial organs Biochips Bioelectronics Biomaterials Biomechanics Biomedical analytics Biomedical imaging Biomedical instrumentation Biomedical sensors Biomolecular engineering Bionics Biosignal processing Clinical engineering Clinical trials Computational medicine Diagnostics Drug and cell delivery Genetic engineering Genomic engineering Health informatics Health systems engineering Human modelling and simulation Immunoengineering Mechanobiology Medical devices Medical robotics Medical technology Micro- and nanobiotechnology Molecular and cell engineering Nanomedicine Neural engineering Orthopaedics Precision medicine Prosthetics Regenerative medicine Rehabilitation engineering Synthetic biology Systems biology Systems physiology Tissue engineering Translational medicine Vaccines Wearable technology Agricultural and animal biotech Applied Immunology and immunoengineering Bioenergy and sustainability Cancer technology Delivery of drugs, molecules or cells Epigenetics Genomics Glycomics Imaging Metabolomics and metabolic engineering Metagenomics and microbiome Nanobiotechnology Neurotechnology Nucleic acid therapies Protein engineering Protein and peptide therapies Proteomics Quantitative biology Computational biology Sequencing technology Single-cell technologies Smart biosensors and diagnostics

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Featured Article: Nature Communications Editors’ Highlights on NIT Wireless Theranostics

The typical approach to electronics is to integrate sensors, power units, and components on a printed circuit board (PCB). Authors demonstrate a woven self-powered, fully integrated combination of sensors and components, rather than integrated onto a PCB, allowing for wearable health monitoring.

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