Ning Tang

Ning Tang
Shanghai Jiao Tong University | SJTU · Research Institute of Micro/Nano Science and Technology

Doctor of Engineering

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Materials in nature feature versatile and programmable interactions to render macroscopic architectures with multiscale structural arrangements. By rationally combining metal-carboxylate and metal-organophosphate coordination interactions, Au25(MHA)18 (MHA, 6-mercaptohexanoic acid) nanocluster self-assembled structural color coating films and phyti...
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Signals obtained by chemical or calorimetric sensors are highly coupled and complex, making it very challenging to precisely detect and discriminate between simultaneous stimuli. The development of sensors that provide multiple sensory outputs is a good way to tackle such a long‐lasting challenge. Herein, a new design of multimodal sensors capable...
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Dysnatremia, a disorder in the concentration of sodium levels, possesses a clinical challenge leading to adverse health complications. Using biosensors for online sodium monitoring can be a promising approach to overcome this condition. In this regard, biosensors based on field-effect transistors (FETs) have promising advantages, including high sen...
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Biosensors In article number 2108607, Miaomiao Yuan, Hossam Haick, and co‐workers report an innovative, stretchable, skin‐conformal, fast‐response, microneedle, extended‐gate field‐effect transistor biosensor for real‐time detection of sodium in interstitial fluids for minimally invasive health monitoring. High sensitivity, low limit of detection,...
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Conductive polymer based sensors are potentially a powerful tool for detecting a variety of analytes in gas phase. However, the accuracy and reliability of such sensors are threatened by humidity interference, which limits their use in demanding applications, e.g., air-quality monitoring and health care. Thus, there is an urgent need to suppress th...
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Wound dressings with wound closure and status monitoring capabilities that can promote wound healing in clinical care have been rarely reported. To achieve more efficient wound management, a novel self-healing elastomer-based multifunctional wound dressing has been developed for sutureless wound closure and timely wound infection monitoring. The se...
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Wound Healing In article number 2106842, Miaomiao Yuan, Daxiang Cui, Hossam Haick, and co‐workers report a novel self‐healing elastomer‐based multifunctional wound dressing (MFWD) with desirable mechanical robustness, biocompatibility, and antibacterial activity for effective wound management. MFWD assists in contracting wound edges, based on the e...
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The rapid emergence of pathogenic bacteria poses a serious threat to global health. Notably, traditional antibiotic therapies suffer from the risk of strengthening bacterial drug resistance. Sonodynamic therapy (SDT) combining sonosensitizers and low-intensity ultrasound (US) has broadened the way towards treating drug-resistant bacteria. The allur...
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Contemporary medicine suffers from many shortcomings in terms of successful disease diagnosis and treatment, both of which rely on detection capacity and timing. The lack of effective, reliable, and affordable detection and real‐time monitoring limits the affordability of timely diagnosis and treatment. A new frontier that overcomes these challenge...
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Healthcare Wearables In article number 2105482, Weiwei Wu, Hossam Haick, and co-workers review recent developments in smart materials and their applications in healthcare wearables, starting from biosensing and wearable substrate materials, continuing with innovative wearable sensors for health monitoring, and ending with AI-assisted data processin...
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A good method of synthesizing Ti 3 C 2 T x (MXene) is critical for ensuring its success in practical applications, e.g., electromagnetic interference shielding, electrochemical energy storage, catalysis, sensors, and biomedicine. The main concerns focus on the moderation of the approach, yield, and product quality. Herein, a modified approach, orga...
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With the progress of intelligent and digital healthcare, wearable sensors are attracting considerable attention due to their portable and real-time monitoring capabilities. Among them, wearable gas sensors, which can detect both gas markers from the human body and hazardous gas from the environment, are particularly gaining tremendous interest. To...
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Wearable strain sensors have been attracting special attention in the detection of human posture and activity, as well as for the assessment of physical rehabilitation and kinematics. However, it is a challenge to fabricate stretchable and comfortable‐to‐wear permeable strain sensors that can provide highly accurate and continuous motion recording...
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Strain Sensors In article number 2102488, Weiwei Wu, Hossam Haick, and co-workers describe covalent grafting of polyaniline onto stretchable elastomer nanomeshes to obtain free-standing and highly permeable ultrathin strain sensors that can be directly laminated onto the dynamic human skin for long periods of time. The reported device produces inti...
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Fast skin repair is critical for less infection, less pain and high quality of life, which is still limited with undesirable rehabilitation speed and side effects. Currently, laser-activated silk sealant agent without suture and gauze has been demonstrated promising for fast skin repair taking advantage of its structural transformation after heatin...
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A wound dressing is a sterile pad or compress that is used in direct contact with a wound to help it heal and prevent further issues or complications. Though wound healing is an intricate dynamic process that involves multiple biomolecular species, conventional wound dressings have a limited ability to provide timely information of abnormal conditi...
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Wound healing is a complex tissue regeneration process involving many changes in multiple physiological parameters. The pH and temperature of a wound site have long been recognized as important biomarkers for assessing wound healing status. For effective wound management, wound dressings integrated with wearable sensors and systems used for continu...
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Due to the limited ability of conventional methods and the limited perspective of human diagnostics, patients are often diagnosed incorrectly or at a late stage as their disease condition progresses. They may then undergo unnecessary treatments due to inaccurate diagnoses. In this Perspective, we offer a brief overview on the integration of nanotec...
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In article number 2001363, Weiwei Wu, Hossam Haick, and co‐workers develop a highly sensitive strain sensor based on nanowires. The nanowires prepared by a capillarity‐inspired imprinting method have an aligned pattern, ensuring the reproducibility of strain sensor fabrication. The nanowire‐based strain sensor exhibits versatile and superior sensin...
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Achieving highly accurate responses to external stimuli during human motion is a considerable challenge for wearable devices. The present study leverages the intrinsically high surface‐to‐volume ratio as well as the mechanical robustness of nanostructures for obtaining highly‐sensitive detection of motion. To do so, highly‐aligned nanowires coverin...
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Low dimension poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) poly (styrenesulfonate) (PEDOT: PSS) has been applied as resistor-type devices for temperature sensing applications. However, their response speed and thermal sensitivity is still not good enough for practical application. In this work, we proposed a new strategy to improve the thermal sensing performa...
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Development of wearable devices for continuous respiration monitoring is of great importance for evaluating human health. Here, we propose a new strategy to achieve rapid respiration response by confining conductive polymers into 1D nanowires which facilitates the water molecules absorption/desorption and maximizes the sensor response to moisture....
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In article 1900671, Qiannan Xue, Xuexin Duan, and co‐workers demonstrate a nanoscale impedimetric immunosensor based on biotin doped conductive polymer nanowire arrays which are fabricated through simple solution printing approach. This sensor can be a general platform for various bio‐analytical applications with ultrahigh sensitivity.
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The demand for fast and ultratrace biomarkers detection is increasing in bioanalytical chemistry. In this work, highly ordered nanowires array and sensor integration are achieved with nanoscale printing approach. Negatively charged poly(3,4‐ethylenedioxythiophene)–poly(styrenesulfonate) doped with positively charged PEGylated biotin‐derivatized pol...
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Flexible ammonia (NH3) sensors based on one-dimensional nanostructures have attracted great attention due to their high flexibility and low-power consumption. However, it is still challenging to reliably and cost-effectively fabricate ordered nanostructure-based flexible sensors. Herein, a smartphone-enabled fully integrated system based on a flexi...
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Hierarchical assemblies of nanomaterial superstructures with controlled orientation affords a multitude of novel properties of plasmonics and broad applications. Yet constructing multi-functional superstructures with nanoparticles positioned in desired locations remains challenging. Herein, gold nanorods (GNRs) assembled in stripe patterns with con...
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One-dimensional organic nanostructures are essential building blocks for high performance gas sensors. Constucting as e-nose type sensor array is the current golden standard in develping portable system for gas mixtures detection. However, facile fabrication of nanoscale sensor array is still challenging due to the high cost of the conventional nan...
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This paper reported a high-performance e-nose type chemiresistive gas sensor composed of graphene oxide (GO) doped poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene)-poly(styrenesulfonate) (PEDOT:PSS) nanowires. Large scale and well-defined sub-100 nm nanowires were prepared using nanoscale soft lithography in a highly efficient and facile way, facilitating subseque...
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Resistive devices composed of one dimensional nanostructures are promising candidate for next generation gas sensors. However, the large-scale fabrication of nanowires is still a challenge, restricting the commercialization of such type of devices. Here, we reported a highly efficient and facile approach to fabricate poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene...
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In this work, a smartphone-enabled platform for easy and portably colorimetric analysis of 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene (TNT) using amine-trapped PDMS is designed and implemented. The amine-trapped PDMS is simply prepared by immersing the cured PDMS in aminosilane solutions forming an amine-containing polymer. After contacting with TNT-containing solution...
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The thin film bulk acoustic resonator (FBAR) array based on MEMS can realize high throughput detection in sensing a variety of volatile gases. In this paper, by virtue of modifying the surface of film bulk acoustic resonators with different functional groups to form sensor array, the volatile gas can interact differently with different chemical fun...
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In this paper, we have modeled and analyzed affinities and kinetics of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) adsorption (and desorption) on various surface chemical groups using multiple self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) functionalized film bulk acoustic resonator (FBAR) array. The high-frequency and micro-scale resonator provides improved sensitivity i...
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This paper describes the detection of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) using an e-nose type integrated microfabricated sensor array, in which each resonator is coated with different supramolecular monolayers: p-tert-butyl calix[8]arene (Calix[8]arene), 2,3,7,8,12,13,17,18-octaethyl-21H,23H-porphine (Porphyrin), beta-cyclodextrin (β-CD) and cucurbi...
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In this work, a new method to tune the resonant frequency of micro-fabricated resonator using molecular layer-by-layer (LbL) self-assembly approach is demonstrated. By simply controlling the polymer concentration and the number of layers deposited, precisely tuning the frequency of micro-fabricated resonators is realized. Due to its selective depos...

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