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Ultrasound gives cell scaffolds the right cues

sound-sensitive hydrogels can change their stiffness locally to affect cellular behavior

Researchers have combined a soft gel, a polymer and a biomolecule to produce a material that can morph into various shapes before hardening.

algorithm can predict the location of nanosilica particles in a nanocomposite and will aid the design of better materials

Researchers have formulated a rubber electrolyte with superior ionic conductivity, mechanical properties and electrochemical stability.

Researchers have developed a platform that uses machine learning to program the transformation of 2D stretchable materials into specific 3D shapes.

A new open-source software tool can calculate the fundamental constants needed to describe the physical properties of crystalline solids.

Researchers have developed the world’s longest flexible fiber lithium-ion battery, which can be woven into fabrics.

Researchers have created a polymer-based photodetector that can be stretched by up to 200% without significantly losing its conductivity.

Researchers have discovered that silica nanoparticles coated in polymer chains that are not too short or too long can produce extremely tough films.

By incorporating soft joints, researchers have created a new type of porous, carbon-based crystals that can stretch to more than twice their length.

Hexagonal boron nitride (hBN) can be made ‘active’ by ball milling at extremely low temperatures

carbon-fiber reinforced polymer composite based on vitrimeric polymer matrix that can reverse fatigue damage

Researchers have developed a polymer hydrogel that looks and feels like a squishy jelly, but acts like an ultra-hard, shatterproof glass when compressed.

Using a combination of heat and pressure, researchers have turned the spherical fullerenes known as buckyballs into an ultrahard diamond glass.

cat's paw inspires soft, flexible impact-resistant and energy-dissipating composite

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