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Mechanical properties news, January 2023

Old approach promises new self-healing composites

self-sensing, self-healing composite could extend the life of composites used in transport and renewable energy applications

Engineers have designed miniature robots made from a novel phase-shifting material that can rapidly and reversibly shift between liquid and solid states.

Engineers have created a film made of liquid crystal elastomers that can leap high into the air like a grasshopper.

A new type of material made from millions of identical, interlocking molecules can form 2D and 3D structures that are flexible, strong and resilient.

new scaffold material support bone regeneration and regrowth, while reducing chance of infection

Improved high-voltage, hermetically sealed microbattery design

Researchers have developed an easy and cheap method for producing wearable electrodes entirely by screen-printing.

Researchers have developed a new method for detecting the exact moment when a defect known as a keyhole forms in printed metal parts.

Researchers have developed a stretchable strain sensor that is both sensitive and capable of withstanding significant deformation.

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