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A team of researchers construct spider-silk-based "Protein Bricks" with on-demand shape and function for biomedical applications.
Clinically approved hydrogels can be structured across multiple length scales to generate materials with a variety of new physical properties.
A team of North American researchers demonstrated a label-free and more direct way to observe and quantify microvascular and metabolic healing mechanisms,...
Precision micromanufacturing of electrospun microfibers can create 3D scaffold structures which support the growth of tessellated microtissues.
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Researchers from Hokkaido University in Sapporo, Japan, report a method to fabricate hydrogels with hierarchical fibrous structures that mimic tendons and ligaments.