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Mechanical properties news, May 2015

Research to improve the world.

Stretchy scaffolds, which expand when local conditions change, could help promote cell regrowth.

New, high-volume joining process expands use of aluminum in cars.

The effect of chromium electron spins on order in high entropy alloys.

Using onion epidermal cells to make artificial muscle.

Researchers have designed a synthetic polymer gel that can utilize internally generated chemical energy.

Polymer scientists show how micro-scale wrinkling affects electrical performance in carbon-based, single-crystal semiconductors.

Scientists has now identified proteins, which play a key role in the production of rubber in dandelions.

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