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Biomaterials news, May 2016

Graphene aerogel has light touch

ultra-lightweight, biocompatible aerogel has been created from graphene oxide and a polymer

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When stretched in one direction, a novel 'adaptive protein crystal' thickens in the opposite direction, rather than thinning as most other materials do.

advance in electrospinning produces three-component core/shell nanocomposite fibers for drug delivery

Scientists have created an artificial protein that is able to construct a lattice made from buckyballs.

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