Our group is focused on improving the performance and functionality of nanomaterial-enabled electronic devices. This includes high-performance devices from low-dimensional materials, such as 2D crystals, carbon nanotubes, and nanowires. Also included is the low-cost realm of printed electronics, which benefits from the incorporation of nanomaterials to enhance electrical transport over large printed features, along with other application-specific advantages. The primary drive of our research is to improve performance of, and/or expand applications for, electronic devices, including those with more custom form factors and/or functionality (flexibility, transparency, bioelectronic function, etc.). A growing thrust in the lab is the application of ultrasensitive, cheaply processed nanomaterials to biosensing applications.