Liquid crystalline elastomer microparticles can be magnetically controlled and used as transport systems.
Skin-friendly epidermal electronic devices fabricated using flexible, stretchable, and degradable protein-based substrates could offer a viable solution to real-time health and fitness...
Materials scientists at TU Darmstadt are aiming for nothing less than to reinvent ceramic. To this end, they are delving into its...
AI platform safely lowers the required dose of HIV drug.
Curious, diligent, and always positive, meet Prof. Zhenan Bao and her electronic skin.
Researchers create a soft robotic electronic skin with fingerprint-like patterns with future applications in prosthesis, wearable sensors, and medical devices.
A bioinspired, soft robotic caterpillar that uses the contraction of live heart cells to propel its motion.
Michal Leskes and Shira Haber assess the capabilities of NMR in analyzing solid-state interfaces.
Electrospinning is a useful method for preparing non-woven fabrics, and is finding use in creating complex nanostructures.
Digital coding metasurfaces simultaneously manipulate both electromagnetic and acoustic waves for advanced cloaking or signaling devices.