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Advances in electrode design are key to enabling wide-ranging applications in bioelectronics and neural interfaces. The use of bioelectronics in the treatment of brain diseases and neural prosthetics to improve quality of life for chronic conditions is an exciting area of research, with wide-ranging impact for global health. The use of inorganic biomaterials as electrode materials in these applications will be discussed, both in the context of electrical performance and biocompatibility. A detailed discussion will then be delivered on the development and fabrication of state-of-the-art and emerging designs of bioelectronic devices, as well as emerging hybrid and next-generation materials in this field.

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