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Biomaterials news, February 2018

Graphene displays labeling abilities on toast, coconuts and potatoes

Scientists have written patterns in laser-induced graphene on food and other materials, offering a new way to produce conductive identification tags.

Hitting a new target in cancer cells

Molecules that cling to mitochondria may offer a new approach to treatment and diagnosis of cancer.

Tandem-repeat synthetic proteins work as proton conductors.

A tiny tube made of protein-like molecules called peptoids that rolls up and zips closed could be used for various applications including water filtration.

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