Supplementary Materials

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  • Fig. S1. Screenshots of the smartphone application.
  • Fig. S2. Millimeter-scale, battery-free, wireless sensors of UVA/UVB radiation.
  • Fig. S3. Electrical characterization and simulation.
  • Fig. S4. Field study results involving human participants outdoors in Rio, Brazil.
  • Fig. S5. Field study results from outdoor exercise involving human participants in St. Petersburg, Florida.
  • Fig. S6. Field study results from a morning exercise involving human participants in St. Petersburg, Florida.
  • Fig. S7. Field study results from an afternoon exercise involving human participants in St. Petersburg, Florida.
  • Fig. S8. Field study results from an evening exercise involving human participants in St. Petersburg, Florida.
  • Fig. S9. UVA dosimetry measurements performed with Scienterra and an mm-NFC UVA device during time-dependent simulated shading.
  • Fig. S10. Demonstration of the use of mm-NFC dosimeters with dual operations in the UVA and UVB spectrums in a clinical phototherapy unit.
  • Fig. S11. Clinical utility of blue light mm-NFC dosimeters in a NICU.
  • Table S1. mm-NFC dosimeters with dual operation in the UVA and UVB spectrums after UVA phototherapy in clinical phototherapy unit.
  • Table S2. mm-NFC dosimeters with dual operation in the UVA and UVB spectrums after UVB phototherapy in clinical phototherapy unit.
  • Table S3. Spatiotemporal map of clinical UVA phototherapy unit measured with mm-NFC dosimeters with dual operation in the UVA and UVB spectrums.
  • Table S4. Spatiotemporal map of clinical UVB phototherapy unit measured with mm-NFC dosimeters with dual operation in the UVA and UVB spectrums.

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