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Mechanics of Materials and Structures - News


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tunable window Tunable windows for privacy, camouflage
Released March 14, 2016
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a  new type of foldable material A foldable material that can change size, volume and shape
Released March 11, 2016
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polygonal origami tube changing one switch Reconfigurable origami tubes could find antenna, microfluidic uses
Released January 27, 2016
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a new stretchy hydrogel Stretchy hydrogel 'Band-Aid' senses, lights up, delivers medicine
Released December 7, 2015
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hydrogel being pulled away from a glass surface Hydrogel superglue is 90 percent water
Released November 9, 2015
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a wearable patch Wearable electronic health patches may now be cheaper and easier to make
Released September 29, 2015
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Ting Zhu and Shuman Xia Nano-mechanical study offers new assessment of silicon for next-gen batteries
Released September 24, 2015
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4-D printing with shape-memory materials4 Four-dimensional technology allows self-folding of complex objects
Released September 21, 2015
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a person untangling a knot Untangling the mechanics of knots
Released September 8, 2015
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researchers show a large origami structure Paper tubes make stiff origami structures
Released September 7, 2015
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plastic sticking itself back together Water heals a bioplastic
Released September 1, 2015
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 new soft actuators harnesses Controlling the uncontrollable
Released August 17, 2015
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wrapped sheets of tiny carbon nanotubes Scientists stretch electrically conducting fibers to new lengths
Released July 23, 2015
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boron nitride 'White graphene' structures can take the heat
Released July 15, 2015
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images of a nanowire exhibiting anelasticity Researchers find nanowires have unusually pronounced 'anelastic' properties
Released July 13, 2015
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images of a nanowire exhibiting anelasticity Nanowires highly 'anelastic,' research shows
Released July 13, 2015
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sheets of graphene develop micron-scale wrinkles Researchers add a new wrinkle to cell culture
Released April 23, 2015
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Rouzbeh Shahsavari, left, and Navid Sakhavand Maps predict strength of structures
Released March 16, 2015
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a cutaway illustration of a clinker Crush those clinkers while they're hot
Released January 13, 2015
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a calcium-silicate-hydrate (aka cement) Atomic placement of elements counts for strong concrete
Released January 8, 2015
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a thin polymer rod Untangling how cables coil
Released October 3, 2014
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discrete elastic rods, used for hair simulation How things coil
Released September 29, 2014
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engineering graphic 'Skin-like' device monitors cardiovascular and skin health
Released September 24, 2014
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Rouzbeh Shahsavari, left, and Navid Sakhavand 3-D nanostructure could benefit nanoelectronics, gas storage
Released July 15, 2014
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a fold-crease Mathematical models explain how a wrinkle becomes a crease
Released June 25, 2014
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atomic-scale model of a nanophononic metamateril Nanoscale pillars could radically improve conversion of heat to electricity
Released February 20, 2014
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Zhifeng Ren UH researchers create new flexible, transparent conductor
Released January 28, 2014
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tiny interwoven fibers Duke engineers make strides toward artificial cartilage
Released December 13, 2013
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researchers show off the very stretchy material Transparent artificial muscle plays music
Released August 29, 2013
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three ruga states and how they form Ironing Out the Origins of Wrinkles, Creases and Folds
Released July 17, 2013
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