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Korean researchers investigate degradation of commercial materials in soil and seawater

New 3D printing method for non-invasive surgery

tailored dendrites can be exploited to create hierarchical structures in metal alloys that boost both strength and ductility

Researchers have developed a novel fiber where one side is flexible cotton and the other side is a conductive polymer.

By combining chitosan from crabs and agarose from seaweed, researchers created biopolymer composite films with enhanced strength.

Nanorod-based piezo-electrocatalytic device shows promise for non-invasive use

Dopamine-containing tissue adhesive gelatin hydrogels for wound management

smart contact lens with novel bimetallic electrodes monitors glucose levels in tears in real time

Researchers have used cellulose nanofiber sheets to capture extracellular vesicles from fluid samples and organs during surgery.

In-vitro analysis finds boron nitride and graphene oxide could irreparably damage DNA

Researchers have shown that a new synthetic hydrogel made from peptides that zip together can behave like biological tissue.

Using bioluminescent algae, researchers have created soft yet durable materials that glow in response to mechanical stress.

Taking inspiration from the way swifts make their nests, researchers have developed a nontoxic process for making cellulose gels.

novel polymer nanofiber wound dressing scaffold material exploits the piezoelectric effect to stimulate healing and protect against bacterial infection

oxygen-generating microparticles in hydrogels drive the differentiation of human stem cells into osteoblasts, boosting bone regeneration

materials systems and essential mechanisms for novel brain-like computing identified

‘Engineered living material’ that decontaminates pollutants from water

actuators based on composite fibers comprising aligned reduced graphene oxide (rGO) nanosheets and PEDOT: PSS surpass biological muscles

Researchers have developed a cheap, sustainable, high-strength adhesive by simply mixing together three abundant natural materials.

Environmentally-friendly fire retardants might be closer (to the toilet) than you think.

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