New article published in Advanced Science

Our latest work presenting a cleanroom-free method to micropattern polymers for fabricating organic electrochemical transistors (OECTs) has now been published in Advanced Science.

By employing femtosecond laser technology, we achieved high-resolution patterning of insulating and (semi)conducting polymers with a resolution down to 2 micrometers, providing a cost-effective alternative to traditional cleanroom-based microfabrication methods. This versatile and scalable approach is particularly well-suited for prototyping, therefore accelerating OECT research and facilitating their widespread use in applications such as biosensors or logic gates. Our work marks a significant step towards more accessible and efficient OECT fabrication methods, offering potential benefits for a variety of advanced organic bioelectronic applications.

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