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  1. A discrete element model (DEM) has been developed to represent the behaviour of the microscopic structure of polymer cellular material, consisting of closed-cells. In DEM, the polymer foam is represented as an assembly of particles which model the…
  2. Degradable amphiphilic conetworks, based oil end-linked amphiphilic ABA\ntriblock copolymers with a labile fragment in the middle, were\nsynthesized by Sequential group transfer polymerization (GTP) of\nmonomers and cross-linker, using a GTP…
  3. Biodegradable poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate)(pHEMA) hydrogels for engineered tissue constructs were developed by the use of atom transfer radical polymerization (ATRP), a degradable cross-linker, and a macroinitiator. Hydrogels are appropriate…
  4. The response of adhesive joints to three fatigue regimes, namely; constant amplitude sinusoidal loading (standard fatigue, SF), cyclic in-plane impacts (impact-fatigue, IF) and a combination of the two (CSIF), has been investigated. The samples used…
  5. Design of nanoparticles integrating biomaterials that govern the functional behavior of orally dosed insulin is focused on improving insulin stability and absorption by facilitating its uptake and translocation throughout the intestinal membrane,…
  6. Thermoplastic elastomers (TPEs) that are soft at low extension yet strong at large extension are of great importance in a variety of technological applications. In ABA-triblock architectures, both the overall molecular weight and the composition of…
  7. We address three problems that limit the use of the atomic force microscope when measuring elastic moduli of soft materials at microscopic scales. The first concerns the use of sharp cantilever tips, which typically induce local strains that far…
  8. We have developed a new stretch device to investigate the biomechanical responses to an external loading force on a tissue-like material consisting of cells and a collagen gel. Collagen gel, a typical matrix found abundantly in the connective…
  9. The three-dimensional microstructure and mechanical properties of the collagen fibrils within the extracellular matrix (ECM) is now being recognized as a primary factor in regulating cell proliferation and differentiation. Therefore, an appreciation…
  10. Traditional crosslinked polyester elastomers are inherently weak, and the strategy of increasing crosslink density to improve their mechanical properties makes them brittle materials. Biodegradable polyurethanes, although strong and elastic, do not…
  11. Commercial-sized modules of the poly(amidoamine) (PAMAM) dendrimer composite membrane with high CO2/N2 selectivity and CO2 permeance were developed by the in situ modification (IM) method. This method utilizes the interfacial precipitation of…
  12. The creation of a suitable inorganic colloidal nanocrystal ink for use in a scalable coating process is a key step in the development of low-cost solar cells. Here, we present a facile solution synthesis of chalcopyrite CuInSe 2 nanocrystals and…
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