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Steven Fastert, Kevin J Dowling, Benjamin Schlatka, Conor Rafferty: Conformal electronics integrated with apparel. MC10, Nixon Peabody, July 14, 2015: US09082025 (17 worldwide citation)

A system is provided for integrating conformal electronics devices into apparel. The system includes a flexible substrate onto which a flexible device is disposed. The flexible device can include a stretchable coil that can be used to receive and transmit near field communications. The flexible devi ...


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Roozbeh Ghaffari, Gilman Callsen, William J Arora, Benjamin Schlatka: Catheter balloon having stretchable integrated circuitry and sensor array. MC10, Nixon Peabody, March 22, 2016: US09289132 (8 worldwide citation)

A system, device and method are presented for utilizing stretchable active integrated circuits with inflatable bodies. The invention allows for such operative features to come into direct contact with body structures, such as the inner wall of a lumen. Such direct contact increases accuracy of measu ...


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Jonathan W Ward, Benjamin Schlatka, Mitchell Meinhold, Robert F Smith, Brent M Segal: Method of forming a carbon nanotube-based contact to semiconductor. Nantero, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, July 21, 2009: US07563711 (8 worldwide citation)

Manufacturers encounter limitations in forming low resistance ohmic electrical contact to semiconductor material P-type Gallium Nitride (p-GaN), commonly used in photonic applications, such that the contact is highly transparent to the light emission of the device. Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) can addres ...


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Roozbeh Ghaffari, Bassel de Graff, Gilman Callsen, William J Arora, Benjamin Schlatka, Eugene Kuznetsov: Systems, methods, and devices using stretchable or flexible electronics for medical applications. MC10, Nixon Peabody, April 25, 2017: US09629586 (2 worldwide citation)

System, devices and methods are presented that integrate stretchable or flexible circuitry, including arrays of active devices for enhanced sensing, diagnostic, and therapeutic capabilities. The invention enables conformal sensing contact with tissues of interest, such as the inner wall of a lumen, ...


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Conor Rafferty, Jeffrey D Carbeck, Alexander Dickson, Kevin Dowling, Yung Yu Hsu, Isaiah Kacyvenski, Benjamin Schlatka, Henry Wei: Electronics for detection of a condition of tissue. MC10, Nixon Peabody, February 28, 2017: US09579040 (2 worldwide citation)

Apparatus are provided for monitoring a condition of a tissue based on a measurement of an electrical property of the tissue. In an example, the electrical property of the tissue is performed using an apparatus disposed above the tissue, where the apparatus includes at least two conductive structure ...


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Roozbeh Ghaffari, Benjamin Schlatka, Gilman Callsen, Bassel de Graff: Protective cases with integrated electronics. MC10, Nixon Peabody, August 1, 2017: US09723122 (1 worldwide citation)

A protective case for a wireless electronics device includes one or more output devices integrated with or bonded to the protective case, from which a perceivable output (e.g., visible or audible indication) is generated. Various other electronics (e.g., circuit elements, ICs, microcontrollers, sens ...


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Steven Fastert, Kevin J Dowling, Benjamin Schlatka, Conor Rafferty: Conformal electronics integrated with apparel. MC10, Nixon Peabody, December 19, 2017: US09846829 (1 worldwide citation)

A system is provided for integrating conformal electronics devices into apparel. The system includes a flexible substrate onto which a flexible device is disposed. The flexible device can include a stretchable coil that can be used to receive and transmit near field communications. The flexible devi ...


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Jonathan W Ward, Mitchell Meinhold, Claude L Bertin, Benjamin Schlatka, Brent M Segal, Thomas Ruckes: Light emitters using nanotubes and methods of making same. Nantero, Nantero, June 25, 2013: US08471238 (1 worldwide citation)

Light emitters using nanotubes and methods of making same. A light emitter includes a nanotube article in electrical communication with a first and a second contact, a substrate having a predefined region with a relatively low thermal conductivity said region in predefined physical relation to said ...


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Roozbeh Ghaffari, Gilman Callsen, William J Arora, Benjamin Schlatka: Catheter balloon having stretchable integrated circuitry and sensor array. MC10, Nixon Peabody, May 23, 2017: US09655560 (1 worldwide citation)

A system, device and method are presented for utilizing stretchable active integrated circuits with inflatable bodies. The invention allows for such operative features to come into direct contact with body structures, such as the inner wall of a lumen. Such direct contact increases accuracy of measu ...


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Jonathan W Ward, Benjamin Schlatka, Mitchell Meinhold, Robert F Smith, Brent M Segal: Method of forming a carbon nanotube-based contact to semiconductor. Nantero, October 25, 2011: US08044388 (1 worldwide citation)

Manufacturers encounter limitations in forming low resistance ohmic electrical contact to semiconductor material P-type Gallium Nitride (p-GaN), commonly used in photonic applications, such that the contact is highly transparent to the light emission of the device. Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) can addres ...