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Find out the recipients of the 2018 Extreme Mechanics Letters Young Investigator Award.

Bacteria and graphene nanoribbons help generate electricity on a mushroom

Giant Panda's tooth enamel recovers its micro- and nano-structure and geometry to counteract the early stages of damage

Bone-forming and -resorbing cells prefer nanoparticles of specific size, surface charge, and composition

Sheikhi and colleagues propose a novel micromanufacturing method to produce injectable microporous GelMA made up of annealable microbeads.

Congratulations to Prof M Stanley Whittingham.

New liquid-gated membrane filtration system improves wastewater processing

Moth fur is acoustic camouflage against bat echolation

Scientists have combined silk proteins with carbon nanotubes to produce a composite material for use in flexible electronics and biomedical devices.

An artificial protein made from ordered and disordered segments will form a solid scaffold in response to body heat, and seamlessly integrate into tissue.

A polymer gel that incorporates chloroplasts from plants can react with carbon dioxide in the air to grow, strengthen and even repair itself.

Semiconductor made from organic and inorganic materials can convert electricity into light efficiently.

Human model of innervated tissue-engineered skin from induced pluripotent stem cells.

A bio-inspired soft material can alter its properties by self-assembling into molecular superstructures and then disassembling on demand.

Different materials surfaces can regulate the immune system response to an implantable material.

Smart nanoparticles provide a new technology for targeted drug delivery by distinguishing the intrinsic characteristics between cancer and normal tissues.

Designing a hydrogel for blood vessel formation.

Self-healing, injectable, multifunctional wound dressing based on a micelle-hydrogel composite is flexible and comfortable enough for joint injuries.

Allenby and colleagues developed a tissue-engineered 3D hollow-fibre perfusion bioreactor system.

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