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Mechanical properties news, February 2022

By studying the knobby starfish, researchers have uncovered principles that could be used to develop strong, lightweight ceramic materials.

Researchers have developed a quick and cheap method for fabricating flexible supercapacitors based on carbon nanomaterials.

Researchers have developed a composite material that can morph into a new shape, hold that shape and then return to its original shape.

Researchers have developed a surgical sticky tape that can repair leaks and tears in the gastrointestinal tract and other tissues and organs.

Researchers have created a 2D polymer material that is tougher than bulletproof glass and stronger than steel.

Near-infrared fluorescence emitted by microscopic crystals of silicon when illuminated with visible light can be used to detect cracks in concrete.

Researchers have developed a soft, stretchable, self-powered thermometer that can be integrated into stretchable electronics and soft robots.

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