A new biomaterial for heart tissue regeneration, resembling live cardiac tissue in key characteristics, has been reported.
MIT researchers mimic nature to produce interfacial composite materials with stimuli-responsive microstructures.
New York firm has developed an artificial, micro-fiber spider web to stop bedbugs, termites and other pests without the use of harmful and toxic chemicals.
Tunable material system designed by Harvard team is easily adaptable for diverse applications in fuel transport, textiles, optical systems, and more.
Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute develop new method to kill pathogenic bacteria without antiobiotics or chemicals.
Mollusk shells are well known to have excellent mechnical properties, but a species of carp – Mylopharyngodon piceus – lives on them. How?
Scientists have developed autonomous catalytic microrobots that swim towards a specified target with a speed of 20 body length per second.
Assistant professor David Kisailus studies the chiton, a marine snail found off the coast of California, to develop nanoscale materials for energy applications.