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Turkish researchers develop biocompatible and eco-friendly TENG

A common ingredient in traditional medicine goes under the microscope

marine planktonic organism, Acantharia, has a star-shaped endoskeleton of 20 spicules in a unique geometric pattern

energy efficient process uses bacteria to produce bone-like porous CaCO3-based composites

Using artificial intelligence, researchers have designed random heteropolymers that can mimic many of the properties of natural proteins.

Researchers have developed a stronger, greener form of concerete made from extra-terrestrial dust, potato starch and a pinch of salt.

Researchers have developed a versatile technique for manufacturing soft polymer materials in a dozen different structures.

By incorporating bacteria into a hydrogel, researchers have developed a 3D-printable bioink that can mineralize over the course of a few days.

conductive cellulose-based ink for printing 3D stretchable wearable electronics is cheaper and less energy intensive to produce

lupin hull biowaste could offer a cheap, abundant, and environmentally friendly, feedstock for biomaterials and bioplastics

Using a metal-organic framework, researchers have created an engineered wood that gets stronger as it absorbs carbon dioxide.

3D-printing structures for housing human cells using self-assembling peptide ink

Enhancing environmentally friendly food packaging

A novel gel made from mucus molecules shows promise as a synthetic bone graft material.

Researchers used novel peptide inks to print hydrogels with complex structures that could be used for regenerative medicine and medical research.

A novel, injectable nanofiber-hydrogel composite loaded with stem cells can effectively treat the perianal fistulas associated with Crohn’s disease.

Electrode screen-printing process for health monitoring

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