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Novel composite membrane floats on top of the surface of water, absorbs sunlight, and produces vapor for clean water or to produce electricity.

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Conductive, ecoresorbable inks used in 3D printing to form circuits, inductive antennas, sensors and implantable electronic medical devices.

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New strategies could translate exceptional attributes of nanoscale fibers like carbon nanotubes and cellulose nanofibrils into macroscale materials.

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Universal adhesive made up of equal amounts of liquid and solid polymers works in both air and underwater.

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Thermosensitive nanomedicines encapsulating a range of chemotherapy drugs are being developed and advanced into clinical trials.

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Find out who will receive one of the 2017 Acta student awards.

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Researchers have produced a biosynthetic spider silk that is the first to replicate the strength and toughness of natural spider silk.

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Synthesizing stronger spider silk.

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Scientists have used a squid-inspired protein to create films that act as a thermal switch, increasing their thermal conductivity on exposure to water.

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New polymeric material with applications in tissue engineering and cellular transplantation.

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Interview with Dr David Simpson from the University of Melbourne about diamond quantum probes.

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Materials Today Interview with Prof Philip Demokritou from Harvard University about nanomaterial toxicology.

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Materials Today interview with Dr Laura Indolfi from PanTher Therapeutics about localized chemotherapy.

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