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‘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.

Study shows that polylactic acid films are altered by glucose and ketone bodies

Researchers have developed bio-based adhesive formulations that grow stronger when underwater or exposed to wet conditions.

impact-resistant materials inspired by the largest edible fruit on Earth, the jackfruit, show better performance

Researchers have developed a 'living material’ for cleaning up pollutants by combining a seaweed-based polymer with genetically engineered bacteria.

Researchers have devised a highly accurate method for creating coatings of biologically active materials for a variety of medical products.

A novel method for extracting lignin from wheat straw can produce a more uniform molecule with a consistent molecular weight.

Researchers have engineered microbes to be able to convert plant sugars into starting ingredients for a recyclable plastic known as PDK.

Researchers have developed a bioplastic made from spirulina cells that is both stronger than previous versions and can degrade in a backyard compost bin.

Researchers have combined molecular gastronomy with biodegradable materials to create environmentally friendly nanocomposite-based sensors.

biodegradable perforated scaffold supports hierarchical regrowth of blood vessels, blood flow to implanted tissue, and integrates with capillaries

atom probe tomography reveals crucial organic-inorganic interfacial interactions during mineralization

Advanced polymers help in treating burn patients

Researchers have designed and tested a series of textile fibers that can change shape and generate force like a muscle.

atomic-scale composition of regrowing bone in a bioceramic scaffold revealed for the first time using an atom probe

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