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Mechanical properties news, May 2021

Researchers have produced strong and flexible 3D-printable gels by merging micro- and nano-sized networks of alginate from seaweed.

Researchers have developed electrospun scaffolds made from extracellular matrix for promoting the regeneration of injured skeletal muscle.

earth-abundant molten salt, based on seawater-derived sodium chloride, is stable enough to be used for solar thermal energy storage

ivory substitute can be printed into complex three-dimensional structures using additive manufacturing

Engineers are vaporizing metals within a magnetic field to direct the reassembly of the metal atoms into nanomaterials with predictable shapes.

Researchers have developed an alternative leather-like material from silk, which can be printed into different patterns and textures.

Researchers have made their transparent wood more sustainable by replacing fossil-based polymer fillers with versions made from orange peel.

Researchers have developed a way to finely tune the mechanical properties of a scaffolding material so it can support the growth of various tissues.

A hydrogel-based material that mimics the structure of the lobster's underbelly is able to withstand repeated stretches and strains without tearing.

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