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Luminescent nanomaterials have shown promise for thermal sensing in bio-applications, yet little is known of the role of organic coatings such as supported lipid bilayers on the thermal conductivity between the nanomaterial and its environment. Additionally, since the supported lipid bilayer mimics the cell membrane, its thermal properties are fundamentally important to understand the spatial variations of temperature and heat transfer across membranes. Herein we describe a new approach thatdoi:10.5281/zenodo.3597415 fatcat:sgtjjf36hndydozsnrg4geykgu