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Composites news, May 2016

Adding a very small amount of graphene to rubber films can increase both their strength and elasticity by up to 50%.

Graphene aerogel has light touch

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

Wellbores drilled to extract oil and gas can be reinforced with a mixture of graphene nanoribbons and a thermoset polymer.

A new bio-glass that can mimic the shock-absorbing and load bearing qualities of cartilage provides a novel material for implants.

Researchers have demonstrated how an informatics-based adaptive design strategy can accelerate the discovery of new materials with targeted properties.

hydrogel ‘skin’ emits light and senses pressure when stretched

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

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