Bioelectronics is an interdisciplinary field that includes elements of Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Electronics, Nanotechnology and Materials science. it ranges from the integration of biomaterials with electronics in recognition of sensing devices, such as biosensors, to the use of individual molecules to perform the electronic functiosn that semiconductor devices currently perform. The integration of biomaterials and electronics will affect a wide range of industries-for example the medical industry, with the developemnt of advanced biosensors, biochipcs, artifical organs and prosthetics for sophisticated medical devices and diagnostics.
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