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Nanogenerators, based on piezoelectric or triboelectric materials, have emerged in the recent years as an attractive cost-effective technology for harvesting energy from renewable and clean energy sources, but also for human sensing and biomedical wearable/implantable applications. Advances in materials engineering have enlightened new opportunities for the creation and use of novel biocompatible soft materials as well as micro/nano-structured or chemically-functionalized interfaces.doi:10.3390/nanoenergyadv2010004 fatcat:lypd2llxv5c4bih3qpy5nlnjta