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How Do You Make A Healthier Cream Cheese That Doesn’t Suck?
A new way of structuring fats could be the key
Could A New Injectable Gel Save Lives On The Battlefield?
"There's always room for injectable hydrogel!"
Squeeze The Bacteria Out Of Water With A New Gel
In an emergency, clean drinking water can be tough to find. Floods, earthquakes and hurricanes can make our usual sources … Continued
Watch A Squishy Gel Transform Into Robotic Claws
The "ionoprinting" process converts gels into machines
Stanford’s New Electrojelly Feels Like Living Tissue, But Acts Like a Semiconductor
Future electronic skin and bio-batteries could be etched onto surfaces with inkjet printers, conducting electricity while looking for all the … Continued
Video: 3-D Curling Method Creates Custom Structures From Flat Plastic Sheets
A flower petal, a heart and a caterpillar are all feats of self-engineering, morphing and deforming their soft tissues into … Continued
Smart, Self-Healing Hydrogels Repair Themselves After Sustaining Damage
The ability to heal–to repair oneself repeatedly and thus sustain damage repeatedly–is one of biology’s greatest tricks, and one that … Continued
New Phase-Changing Gel Method Repairs Severed Blood Vessels Better than Stitches
A new heat-sensitive gel and glue combo is a major step forward for cardiovascular surgery, enabling blood vessels to be … Continued
New Hormone Gel Could Regenerate Teeth in Place, Making Drilled Cavities Obsolete
Scientists must really dread the dentist — they’re always coming up with new solutions to help people avoid that cursed … Continued
By Stimulating Stem Cells, Bioactive Nanogel Regenerates Cartilage in Joints
The body is a resilient biological structure, but there’s one thing medical science, an increasing number of Baby Boomers, and … Continued