Using residual stress-based self-folding, a multielectrode shell wraps around primary heart cells and functions as an electrical shell-like recording device
Lower healing temperatures lead to longer lifetimes in self-healing materials.
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Osmotic engine: translating osmotic pressure into macroscopic mechanical force
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A photocatalytic, palladium-free Stille-type coupling reaction is described.
Bacteria-driven microswimmers can release the therapeutic drug specifically at the site of disease by attaching to a certain type of eukaryotic cell.
Researchers from Eindhoven have developed a spiropyran containing photoresponsive size-tunable hydrogel that can be used as a micromixer or light switchable valve.
A novel class of reactive plasticizer can avoid the problem of migration of the additive from the polymer matrix.
Carbon-coated paper afﬁxed to expanded polystyrene foam can be used to address the global freshwater shortage.