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|Abstract:||An array of passive metamaterial antennas fabricated on all protein-based silk substrates were conformally transferred and adhered to the surface of an apple. This process allows the opportunity for intimate contact of micro- and nanostructures that can probe, and accordingly monitor changes in, their surrounding environment. This provides in situ monitoring of food quality. It is to be noted that this type of sensor consists of all edible and biodegradable components, holding utility and potential relevance for healthcare and food/consumer products and markets.|
|Citation:||Tao, Hu, Mark A. Brenckle Miaomiao Yang Jingdi Zhang Mengkun Liu Sean M. Siebert Richard D. Averitt Manu S. Mannoor Michael C. McAlpine John A. Rogers David L. Kaplan Fiorenzo G. Omenetto. "Silk-Based Conformal, Adhesive, Edible Food Sensors." Advanced Materials, 24, no. 8 (2012): 1067 - 1072. doi: 10.1002/adma.201103814|
|Pages:||1067 - 1072|
|Type of Material:||Journal Article|
|Journal/Proceeding Title:||Advanced Materials|
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