Definition of bioelectronic in English:

bioelectronic

adjective

See bioelectronics

‘Recent advances in bioelectronic and biomechanical devices have also substantially improved the chances of restoring to wounded soldiers the nearly full use of damaged limbs and organs.’
  • ‘The electrical sheet resistance between living cells grown on planar electronic contacts of semiconductors or metals is a crucial parameter for bioelectronic devices.’
  • ‘These bioelectronic materials can then be surgically implanted or ‘grown’ through genetic engineering.’
  • ‘This study illustrates an important use of bioelectronic sensor technology in a current molecular genetic testing application.’
  • ‘Another concept that relies on miniaturized electronics is the bioelectronic neuromuscular implant.’