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  • John A. Rogers wins American Ingenuity Award from Smithsonian Magazine

    John A. Rogers, a pioneer in flexible, stretchable electronics, has been given a 2013 American Ingenuity Award by Smithsonian Magazine, the publishing arm of the Smithsonian Institution.

    John A. Rogers, a pioneer in flexible, stretchable electronics, has been given a 2013 American Ingenuity Award by Smithsonian Magazine, the publishing arm of the Smithsonian Institution.

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      John A. Rogers, a pioneer in flexible, stretchable electronics, has been given a 2013 American Ingenuity Award by Smithsonian Magazine, the publishing arm of the Smithsonian Institution.

      Photo by Thompson-McClellan

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      A flexible, stretchable, biodegradable integrated circuit during dissolution in water.

      Photo courtesy Beckman Institute of Advanced Science and Technology and Tufts University

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      A flexible, stretchable, biodegradable integrated circuit being implanted under the skin.

      Photo courtesy Beckman Institute of Advanced Science and Technology and Tufts University

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      A flexible, stretchable, biodegradable integrated circuit during dissolution in water.

      Photo courtesy Beckman Institute of Advanced Science and Technology and Tufts University

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  • To contact John Rogers, call 217-244-4979; email jrogers@illinois.edu.
    Read the Smithsonian Magazine’s profile online.