2, National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center, Hsinchu, , Taiwan
3, National Taipei University of Technology, Taipei, , Taiwan
Functional bio-electronics devices have attracted considerable attention for many years. One of the critical elements in device architecture is the interface material, known as bio-electrode, which bridges the signal communication between neural cells and inorganic semiconducting devices. In our laboratory, we have developed a variety of wet chemical baths for IrO2 deposition on different substrates. In this work, we demonstrate the deposition of IrO2 on active retina chips for cell culturing and we will present that the as-deposited IrO2 enhances the growth of selective cells.