in research expenditures
September 15, 2020
The research proposal won a four-year grant from the National Science Foundation to develop wearable skin sensors to monitor metabolism and weight management.
“My focus area is electromagnetics with bioengineering as my secondary area. In my first year, I worked on a wireless brain implant that functioned kind of like a passive RFID device to record neural signals. I'm now working on applying the principles of radiometry to monitor human health indicators.”
– Katrina Guido, ESL Graduate Student, NDSEG Fellowship Recipient
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