Says the Laboratory-Journal:
Amay’s research focuses on developing next generation of wearable sensors that, unlike today’s wearable devices, possess the power to continuously monitor physiologically relevant chemicals directly on the human body in a completely non-invasive fashion. He is developing specially engineered printable inks for fabricating smart printed devices that can be easily stretched and self-heal when mechanically damaged. These inks are then used to develop non-invasive wearable electrochemical devices for various healthcare applications.During his time in Wang's laboratory, Bandodkar has worked on a wide range of projects, including:
- High-tech inks for DIY sensors
- Temporary tattoos to monitor glucose levels non-invasively
- Biosensor tattoos to monitor health indicators in sweat
The work has been covered by ABC News, the Huffington Post, Yahoo News and Popular Science, among many other news outlets.