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Biomaterials

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Researchers have created the material for a chemical heat 'battery' that can release its energy on demand.

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Why don’t tree frogs slip off wet leaves? The answer lies in their sticky toe pads, which are made up of a mixture of hard and soft materials.

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Strong regenerated silk fiber with biomedical applications.

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Learning from sea creature spicules how to make cool glassy structures.

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Oxygen-containing chemical species with biocidal properties are an alternative to conventional antibiotics, which are susceptible to resistance.

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Synthetic microspheres with nanoscale holes that can absorb light at many frequencies have helped to reveal how leaf hoppers hide from predators.

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By taking advantage of electrostatic charge, scientists have induced synthetic polymers to self-assemble in a defined sequence, just like proteins.

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3D piezoelectric fibrous scaffold stimulate stem cell differentiation and tissue formation.

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New elastomers at a stretch thanks to inspiration from nature.

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