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The positions of tiny rigid plates integrated in a thin membrane can be controlled by mechanically varying the elastic forces in the membrane.

Scientists have optimized a graphene-production process so that it can produce graphene from tires for use in strengthening concrete.

A novel electrolyte developed for lithium-air batteries could help prevent the cracking of metal alloy cathodes in lithium-ion batteries.

cerium oxide/carbon nanocomposite derived from a metal-organic framework makes an ideal anode for sodium-ion batteries

Researchers have improved molecules known as mechanophores so they produce reversible and rapid color change when a force is applied.

Using carbon fibers, researchers have developed a structural battery that combines high levels of electrical energy storage, stiffness and strength.

By coating DNA-nanoparticle lattices in silica, researchers have developed robust nanomaterials that can withstand high temperatures and pressures.

machine learning algorithm trained to predict pullout forces of carbon nanotubes from polymer matrix

Researchers have designed a system of self-oscillating flexible materials that display a distinctive mode of dynamic self-organization.

novel bio-polymer based on microalgae could offer a sustainable alternative to synthetic polymers produced from fossil fuels

By combining photonic crystals with a polymer substrate, researchers have developed a photonic material that can move and fold when illuminated.

3D printed tissue and organs move a step closer

DNA-based self-assembly methods can construct 3D superconducting nanostructures

nanomesh pressure sensor can monitor finger pressure without any effect on sensation

all-natural bioinspired composite material could offer an alternative to petroleum-based structural plastics

By cutting a periodic pattern of holes into graphene, researchers have produced a phononic crystal with controllable vibrational modes.

Using a two-pronged process, researchers produced hydrogels that mimic the internal structure, stretchiness, strength and durability of biological tissues.

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