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Molecules that form an ordered layer could lead to low-cost, bendable plastic electronics.
Researchers are developing a cheap, lightweight plastic strip that can be worn on a soldier’s helmet to help diagnose brain injury.
A startup is moving ahead with an efficient method to make biodegradable plastic.
A material repairs itself multiple times.
New self-assembling conductive polymers are more durable and easier to make.
New catalysts convert glucose into a valuable chemical feedstock.
Researchers have developed a new material that can fill in its own surface cracks.
Consumers may find that the virtues of biodegradable plastics are really a mixed bag.
A plastic from recombinant E. coli gets FDA approval for use in safer, ultrastrong sutures.
The first commercial flexible electronics are, after more than a decade of development, finally on their way.