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    A biodegradable integrated circuit during dissolution in water.

    A biodegradable integrated circuit during dissolution in water.

    Photo credit: Beckman Institute, University of Illinois and Tufts University

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      A biodegradable integrated circuit during dissolution in water.

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      VIDEO: Engineering professor John Rogers explains how biodegradable electronics technology works.

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      A biodegradable integrated circuit during dissolution in water.

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      John Rogers

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      A biodegradable integrated circuit during dissolution in water.

      Photo credit: Beckman Institute, University of Illinois and Tufts University

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      A biodegradable integrated circuit is implanted under the skin of a lab rat.

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      A biodegradable integrated circuit during dissolution in water.

      Photo credit: Beckman Institute, University of Illinois and Tufts University

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      A biodegradable integrated circuit during dissolution in water.

      Photo credit: Beckman Institute, University of Illinois and Tufts University

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