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Fatigue of Hydrogels
Hydrogels are actively studied and developed in both fundamental understanding and modern applications. Traditional hydrogels are soft and brittle. Hydrogels with toughness and stiffness comparable to natural rubber have ...
From Design to Production: Applications of Polymer and Protein Nanofibers for Regenerating Tissue
Designing wound dressings that restore cutaneous wounds to their original, healthy structure remains a clinical and engineering challenge. In the absence of external intervention, adult wound healing is an inherently slow ...
Injectable, Ultrasound-Responsive Biomaterials as Cancer Vaccines
Cell-based cancer vaccines have the potential to eliminate tumors and prevent recurrence. However, their clinical success has been limited due to rapid loss of the transplanted cells and their effector function. Recently, ...