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Mechanical properties news, February 2017

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Researchers have discovered a ceramic material that contracts on heating by more than twice the previous record-holding material.

A new 3D printing method can produce materials with independently tunable macro-and microscale porosity using a ceramic foam ink.

Researchers have built and trained machine learning algorithms that can accurately predict defect behavior in intermetallic compounds.

Scientists have determined the mechanical properties of a sulfide-based solid electrolyte by poking it with a sharp probe.

Inspired by natural adhesive materials, scientists have developed a synthetic version that can be controlled remotely using UV light.

By coating a normal fabric with an electroactive material, researchers have produced ‘textile muscles’ that could be incorporated into clothes.

Conductive CNT-composites could be produced using standard commercial 3D printers, according to Italian researchers

A new metamaterial can be easily manipulated to alter the stiffness of its surface by orders of magnitude, from rubber to steel.

Scientists have developed a simple and innovative technique for drawing or imprinting complex, nanometric patterns on hollow polymer fibers.

New synthesis mechanism transforms bulk metal alloys directly into nanowires.

Scientists have developed a simple, inexpensive technique for producing oxide nanowires directly from bulk powders at ambient conditions.

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