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Ionoprinting: Patterning and Actuating Gels Using Ions [New tech]
posted October 2 2013 4:11.43 by spic0m




Researchers at NC State have developed a method called 'ionoprinting' with the capability to pattern and actuate hydrated gels in two and three dimensions by locally patterning ions using electric fields. The ability to pattern, structure, re-shape and actuate hydrogels is important for biomimetics, soft robotics, cell scaffolding and biomaterials.


[Link: Michael Dickey]
 
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