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Mechanical properties news, October 2023

For the first time, researchers have shown that mechanical strain can alter the electronic properties of a metal.

Using 3D printing, researchers have created an alumium alloy decorated with nanoparticles that displays unprecedented fatigue resistance.

Using bioluminescent algae, researchers have created soft yet durable materials that glow in response to mechanical stress.

By adding metals with a high valence electron count, researchers have made ceramics that are tougher and more resistant to cracking.

Researchers have developed OpeN-AM, a platform for measuring evolving residual stress in metallic materials during 3D printing.

oxygen-generating microparticles in hydrogels drive the differentiation of human stem cells into osteoblasts, boosting bone regeneration

Researchers have used X-ray analysis to study the formation of microstructures in a 3D-printed nickel alloy during the printing process.

Researchers have shown that all-inorganic perovskites can be deformed and morphed at room temperature without compromising their functional properties.

Ultrafast X-ray imaging has revealed that tiny linear defects can propagate through a crystalline material faster than sound waves.

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