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Mechanical properties news, September 2021

Researchers have developed a theoretical model that can rapidly determine the strength of high-entropy alloys at high temperatures.

Center for Atomically Thin Multifunctional Coatings, operated by Penn State and Rice Universities, secures $1.5 million in Phase II funding from NSF

shape-changing nanomaterial kills non-small cell lung cancer cells and improves the efficacy of anticancer drug cisplatin

By applying strain to a monolayer semiconductor, researchers managed to produce chiral valley-polarized light at room temperature.

By encasing a liquid metal alloy in a hydrogel, researchers have produced a material that can convert movement into electricity when dry or wet.

By applying mechanical strain to a 2D semiconductor, researchers were able to get it to emit light, rather than heat, with near 100% efficiency.

By developing conducting carbon nanotube threads, researchers have been able to product shirts that can monitor the hearts of wearers.

"Carbon-based materials for electrocatalysis: tailored functionalities towards activity and selectivity"

Lightweight multifunctional alternatives made from natural resources could mitigate waste problems associated with non-biodegradable materials

Microplastics shown to stress cell membranes through physical processes

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