64. The Potential for Convergence between Synthetic Biology and Bioelectronics

John Selberg, Marcella Gomez, Marco Rolandi

Cell Systems (2018)

63. Delivery of Cargo with a Bioelectronic Trigger

Zahra Hemmatian, Elmira Jalilian, Sangeun Lee, Xenofon Strakosas, Ali Khademhosseini, Adah Almutairi, SuRyon Shin, Marco Rolandi

ACS applied materials and interfaces (2018)

62. Proton Conduction in Tröger’s Base Linked Poly (crown ether) s

Hasmukh A Patel, John Selberg, Dhafer Salah, Haoyuan Chen, Yijun Liao, Siva Krishna Mohan Nalluri, Omar K Farha, Randall Q Snurr, Marco Rolandi, J Fraser Stoddart

ACS applied materials and interfaces (2018)

61. Measuring Proton Currents of Bioinspired Materials with Metallic Contacts

M Amit, S Roy, Y Deng, E Josberger, M Rolandi, N Ashkenasy

ACS applied materials and interfaces 10 (2), 1933-1938 (2018)

60. Preface for Special Topic: From molluscs to materials

AA Gorodetsky, M Rolandi

APL Materials 5 (10), 104401 (2017)

Table of Contents

59. Grotthuss Mechanism: From Proton Transport in Ion Channels to Bioprotonic Devices

T Miyake, M Rolandi

Green Materials for Electronics (2017)

58. Electrochemical Characterization of Chitosan Films As Proton-Conducting Layers for Bioprotonic Devices

J Pietron, JT Robinson, B Blue, E Josberger, Y Deng, M Rolandi

Meeting Abstracts, 1795-1795 (2017)

57. Electrical and electrochemical characterization of proton transfer at the interface between chitosan and PdHx

J. Robinson, Jeremy J Pietron, Brandon Blue, Keith Perkins , Erik Josberger, Yingxin Deng and Marco Rolandi

Journal of Materials Chemistry C (2017)

56. Proving the value of visual design in scientific communication

K. Cheng, Y. Chen, K. Larson, and M. Rolandi

Information Design Journal (2017)

55. Addition of mirror-image Aβ42 to the natural L-enantiomer suppresses oligomer formation and yields non-toxic fibrils

S. Dutta, A. R. Foley, C. J. Warner, X. Zhang, M. Rolandi, B. Abrams, and J. Raskatov

Angewandte Chemie (2017)

54. Taking electrons out of bioelectronics: from bioprotonic transistors to ion channels

X. Strakosas, J. Selberg, Z. Hemmatian, and M. Rolandi

Advanced Science (2017)

53. Engineering strategies for chitin nanofibers

X. Zhang, M. Rolandi

J. Mater. Chem. B (2017)

52. Electronic control of H+ current in a bioprotonic device with Gramicidin A and Alamethicin

Z. Hemmatian, S. Keene, E. Josberger, T. Miyake, C. Arboleda, J. Soto-Rodríguez, F. Baneyx, and M. Rolandi

Nature Communications (2016)

51. A Disposable paper breathalyzer with an alcohol sensing organic electrochemical transistor

E. Bihar, Y. Deng, T. Miyake, M. Saadaoui, G. Malliaras, and M. Rolandi

Scientific Reports (2016)

50. Chitin Nanofiber Transparent Paper for Flexible Green Electronics

J. Jin, D. Lee, H. Im, Y. C. Han, E. G. Jeong, M. Rolandi, K. C. Choi, and B. Bae

Advanced Materials (2016)

49. A Palladium-Binding Deltarhodopsin for Light-Activated Conversion of Protonic to Electronic Currents

J. Soto-Rodríguez, Z. Hemmatian, E. Josberger, M. Rolandi, and F. Baneyx

Advanced Materials (2016)

48. Proton conductivity in ampullae of Lorenzini jelly

E. Josberger, P. Hassanzadeh, Y. Deng, J. Sohn, M. Rego, C. Amemiya, and M. Rolandi

Science Advances (2016)

47. Proton mediated control of biochemical reactions with bioelectronic pH modulation

Y. Deng, T. Miyake1, S. Keene, E. Josberger, and M. Rolandi

Scientific Reports (2016)

46. Ultrastrong and flexible hybrid hydrogels based on solution self-assembly of chitin nanofibers in gelatin methacryloyl (GelMA)

P. Hassanzadeh, M. Kazemzadeh-Narbat, R. Rosenzweig, X. Zhang, A. Khademhosseini, N. Annabi and M. Rolandi

J. Mater. Chem. B, (2016)

45. Squid beak inspired water processable chitosan composites with tunable mechanical properties

X. Zhang, P. Hassanzadeh, T. Miyake, J. Jin, and M. Rolandi

J. Mater. Chem. B, (2016)

44. Bioprotonics: taking electrons out of bioelectronics

M. Rolandi, Z. Hemmatian & T. Miyake

11 January 2016, SPIE Newsroom

43. Grotthuss mechanisms: from proton transport in proton wires to bioprotonic devices

T. Miyake & M. Rolandi

J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 28 (2016)

42. Graphic design for scientists

K. Cheng & M. Rolandi

Nature Nanotechnology 10, 1084 (2015)

41. Taking Electrons out of Bioelectronics: Bioprotonic Memories, Transistors, and Enzyme Logic

Z. Hemmatian, T. Miyake, Y. Deng, E. Josberger, S. Keene, R. Kautz, C. Zhong, J. Jin, M. Rolandi

J. Mater. Chem. C, 3, 6407 (2015)

40. Protonic and Electronic Transport in Hydrated Thin Films of the Pigment Eumelanin

J. Wünsche, Y. Deng, P. Kumar, E. Mauro, E. Josberger, J. Sayago, A. Pezzella, F. Soavi, F. Cicoira, M. Rolandi, C. Santato

Chem. Mater., 27, 436 (2015)

39. An Enzyme Logic Bioprotonic Transducer

T. Miyake, E. Josberger, S. Keene, Y. Deng, M. Rolandi

APL Mat. 3, 014906 (2015)

38. Synthesis of Pyridine Chitosan and its Protonic Conductivity

Y. Deng, B. Helms, M. Rolandi

J. Poly. Sci. A, 53, 211 (2015)

37. Study of Interdisciplinary Visual Communication in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

Y. Chen, K. O'Mahony, M. Ostergren, S. Perez-Kriz, M. Rolandi

Int. J. Eng. Edu., 30, 1036 (2014)

36. News and Views: Bioelectronics: A positive future for squid proteins

M. Rolandi

Nat. Chem., 6, 563 (2014)

35. Two-Terminal Protonic Devices with Synaptic-Like Short-Term Depression and Device Memory

E. Josberger, Y. Deng, W. Sun, R. Kautz, M. Rolandi

Adv. Mater., 26, 4986 (2014)

Check out the cool video about our device!

34. Self-assembled chitin nanofibers and applications

M. Rolandi, R. Rolandi

Advances in Colloid and Interface Science, 207, 216 (2014)

33. Mechanical properties of self-assembled chitin nanofiber networks

P. Hassanzadeh, W. Sun, J.P. Silva, J. Jin, K. Makhnejia, G. Cross, M. Rolandi

J. Mater. Chem. B, 2, 2461 (2014)

32. Chitin Microneedles for an Easy-to-Use Tuberculosis Skin Test (In the News)

J. Jin, V. Reese, R. Coler, D. Carter, M. Rolandi

Adv. Healthcare Mater., 3, 349 (2014)

31. H+-type and OH−-type biological protonic semiconductors and complementary devices

Y. Deng, E. Josberger, J. Jin, A.F. Rousdari, B.A. Helms, C. Zhong, M. P. Anantram, M. Rolandi

Scientific Reports (Nature) 3, 2481 (2013)

30. Chitin Nanofiber Micropatterned Flexible Substrates for Tissue Engineering

P. Hassanzadeh, M. kharaziha, M. Nikkhah, S. Shin, J. Jin, S. He, W. Sun, C. Zhong, M. Dokmeci, A. Khademhosseini, M. Rolandi

J. Mater. Chem. B, 1, 4217 (2013)

29. A Biomimetic Composite from Solution Self-Assembly of Chitin Nanofibers in a Silk Fibroin Matrix

J. Jin, P. Hassanzadeh, G. Perotto, W. Sun, M.A. Brenckle, D. Kaplan, F.G. Omenetto, M. Rolandi

Adv. Mater., 25, 4482 (2013)

28. Carbon-Binding Designer Proteins that Discriminate between sp2- and sp3- Hybridized Carbon Surfaces

B.L. Coyle, M. Rolandi, F.Baneyx

Langmuir, 29, 4839 (2013)

27. Wafer scale direct-write of Ge and Si nanostructures with conducting stamps and a modified mask aligner

H. Sato, S.E. Vasko, M. Rolandi

Nano Research, 6, 263 (2013)

26. High-field chemistry of organometallic precursors for direct-write of germanium and silicon nanostructures

S.E. Vasko, W. Jiang, H. Lai, M. Sadilek , S.T. Dunham, M. Rolandi

J. Mater. Chem. C, 1, 282 (2013)

25. Self-assembled Chitin Nanofiber Templates for Artificial Neural Networks

A. Cooper, C. Zhong, Y. Kinoshita, R. Morrison, M. Rolandi, M. Zhang

J. of Mat. Chem., 22, 3105 (2012)

24. A Chitin Nanofiber Ink for Airbrushing, Replica Molding, and Microcontact Printing of Self-assembled Macro-, Micro-, and Nanostructures

C. Zhong, A. Kapetanovic, Y. Deng, M. Rolandi

Adv. Mater., 23, 4776 (2011)

23. A polysaccharide bioprotonic field-effect transistor (In the News)

C. Zhong, Y. Deng, A.F. Roudsari, A. Kapetanovic, M.P. Anantram, M. Rolandi

Nature Communications 2, (2011)

22. A Brief Guide to Designing Effective Figures for the Scientific Paper (In the News)

M. Rolandi, K. Cheng, S. Perez-Kriz

Adv. Mater., 23, 4343 (2011)

21. Serial and parallel Si, Ge, and SiGe direct-write with scanning probes and conducting stamps

S. Vasko, A. Kapetanovic, V. Talla, M. Brasino, Z. Zhu, A. Scholl, J. Torrey, and M. Rolandi

Nano Lett., 11, 2386 (2011)

20. Insights into scanning probe high-field chemistry of diphenylgermane

S. Vasko, W. Jiang, R. Chen, R. Hanlen, J. Torrey, S. Dunham and M. Rolandi

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 13, 4842 (2011)

19. A facile bottom-up route to self-assembled biogenic chitin nanofibers

C. Zhong, A. Cooper, A. Kapetanovic, Z. Fang, M. Zhang and M. Rolandi

Soft Matter. 6, 5298 (2010)

18. Scanning probe direct-write of germanium nanostructures

J. Torrey, S. E. Vasko, A. Kapetanovic, Z. Zhu, A. Scholl, M. Rolandi

Adv. Mater. 22, 4639 (2010)

Before the University of Washington

17. Bifunctional Patterning of Mixed Monolayer Surfaces Using Scanning Probe Lithography for Multiplexed Directed Assembly

D. A. Unruh, C. Mauldin, S. J. Pastine, M. Rolandi, J.M.J. Fréchet

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 132, 6890 (2010)

16. Sulfur as a Novel Nanopatterning Material: An Ultrathin Resist and a Chemically Addressable Template for Nanocrystal Self Assembly

J. Germain, M. Rolandi, S. A. Backer, J.M.J. Fréchet

Adv. Mater. 20, 4526 (2008)

15. A facile and patternable method for the surface modification of carbon nanotube forests using perfluoroarylazides

S.J. Pastine, D. Okawa, B. Kessler, M. Rolandi, M. Llorente, A. Zettl, J.M.J. Fréchet

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 130, 4238 (2008)

14. Fluorocarbon resist for high speed scanning probe lithography

M. Rolandi, I. Suez, A. Scholl, J.M.J. Fréchet,

Angew. Chem. 46, 7477 (2007).

14b. Additional Article in “Research Highlights” Nature Nanotechnol. 2, 592 (2007).

13. Magnetic force microscopy probes via localized electrochemical deposition of Cobalt

M. Rolandi, D. Okawa, S.A. Backer, A. Zettl, J.M.J. Fréchet

J. Vac. Sci. Technol., B 25, L39 (2007)

12. High-field scanning probe lithography in hexadecane: transitioning from field induced oxidation to solvent decomposition through surface modification

I. Suez, M. Rolandi, S.A. Backer, A. Scholl, A. Doran, D. Okawa, A. Zettl, J.M.J. Fréchet

Adv. Mater. 19, 3570 (2007)

11. Room temperature Bonding for Plastic High Pressure Microfluidic Chips

D.A. Mair, M. Rolandi, M. Snauko, R. Noroski, F. Svec, J.M.J. Fréchet

Anal. Chem. 79, 5097 (2007).

10. Synthesis of dendronized diblock copolymers via ring opening methatesis polymerization and their visualization using atomic force microscopy

S. Rajaram, T.L. Choi, M. Rolandi, J.M.J. Fréchet

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 129, 9619 (2007).

9. Covalent formation of fullerene and dendrimer patterns

S.A. Backer, I. Suez, Z.M. Fresco, M. Rolandi, J.M.J. Fréchet

Langmuir 23, 22997 (2007)

8. Dendrimer monolayers as negative and positive tone resists for scanning probe lithography

M. Rolandi *, I. Suez*, H. Dai, J.M.J. Fréchet

Nano Lett. 4, 889 (2004).

8b. Additional Article in “Editors’ Choice” Science, 304, 651 (2004).

7. Preferential growth of semiconducting single-walled carbon nanotubes by a plasma enhanced CVD method

Y.M. Li, D.A. Mann, M. Rolandi et al.,

Nano Lett. 4, 317 (2004)

6. The Aharonov-Bohm interference and beating in single walled carbon nanotube interferometers

J. Cao, Q. Wang, M. Rolandi, H. Dai

Phys. Rev. Lett. 21, 216803 (2004).

5. Miniature organic transistors with carbon nanotubes as quasi one-dimensional electrodes

P. Qi, A. Javey, M. Rolandi, Q. Wang, E. Yenilmez, H. Dai

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 126, 11774 (2004).

4. Efficient formation of iron nanoparticle catalysts on silicon oxide by hydroxylamine for carbon

H.C. Choi, S. Kundaria, D.W. Wang, A. Javey, Q. Wang, M. Rolandi, H. Dai

Nano Lett. 3, 157 (2003)

3. A new scanning probe lithography scheme with a novel metal resist

M. Rolandi, C.F. Quate, H. Dai

Adv. Mater. 14,191 (2002)

2. Growth of single-walled carbon nanotubes from discrete catalytic nanoparticles of various sizes

Y. Li, W. Kim, Y. Zhang, M. Rolandi, D. Wang, H. Dai

J. Phys. Chem. B 105,11424 (2001)

1. Manipulation and immobilization of alkane-coated gold nanocrystals using scanning tunneling microscopy

M. Rolandi, K. Scott., E.G. Wilson, F.C. Meldrum

J. Appl. Phys. 89,1588 (2001)