Bioelectronics is the study of the interaction between biological systems and electronic devices. It is a growing field that combines engineering, biology, and medicine. Bioelectronic devices can be used to measure, record, and stimulate biological activity. They are used in a variety of applications, including medical diagnosis and treatment, biosensing, and biofeedback.
Some of the emerging trends in bioelectronics include the use of flexible and stretchable electronics, the use of nanomaterials and nanoelectronics, and the use of biodegradable electronics.