Design principles, and ways to manufacture them via additive manufacturing are studied, to achieve an amplification in mechanical properties of materials.
Different mechanisms for imparting conductivity to non-conductive polymeric biomaterials are discussed in a review by Patton et. al.
Equal Channel Angular Pressing is applied to commercial purity titanium to increase its ability to resist failure due to cyclic loads.
Photoluminescent spectral conversion as a promising route to increase the quantum yield in natural and artificial photosynthesis.
This special issue of Advanced Engineering Materials presents research from the Collaborative Research Centre SFB 639.
It is shown that soft fillers significantly influence the long-term stability of silicone elastomers.
Silk, elastin and collagen are naturally occurring fibrous proteins with a tremendous potential in biomaterial systems.
Microarchitectured material that consists of small compliant unit cells that are independently controlled using piezo actuators, sensors, and microprocessors embedded within each cell.