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Growing liver tissue from seed
Hydrogel patterned with cells expands into functioning liver tissue in response to liver damage

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Gold nanomesh creates a breathable electronic skin
Mesh design allows airflow through skintight, stretchable gold electronics

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Phospharubber makes its debut
Poly(phosphaisoprene) and poly(phosphabutadiene) offer new variations on natural and synthetic rubber

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Iron-based catalyst reduces CO2 to CH4 photochemically
Inexpensive complex turns the greenhouse gas into fuel at ambient temperature and pressure

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Polymer ?pulleys? could boost Li-ion battery performance
Mechanical polymers prevent silicon anode disintegration

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Antioxidant nanoparticles could treat sepsis
Ceria-zirconia nanoparticles combat reactive oxygen species and reduce inflammation

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Lithium-sulfur batteries benefit from MoS2 encapsulation
Coating sulfur particles with thin flakes of the dichalcogenide provides physical and chemical protection, leading to durable batteries

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Plant inspire exceptionally strong and elastic graphene aerogels
The new superlight, conductive materials could make better flexible electronics

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Plants inspire exceptionally strong and elastic graphene aerogels
The new superlight, conductive materials could make better flexible electronics

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Polymer network captures drinking water contaminant
Cross-linked cyclodextrin removes 99% of the perfluorinated chemical PFOA from water in lab tests

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Sunlight surprise raises cadmium pollution risk
Exposure to light increases solubility of cadmium red pigment in water, bucking conventional wisdom

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Thirsty MOF sucks more water from air
A high-capacity, water-adsorbent metal-organic framework could help improve the performance of both water capture and adsorption cooling devices

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Synthetic melanins display tunable properties
New method yields bioinspired polymers with UV-absorbing and charge-storing abilities

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IBM researcher unveil first 5-nm chip
The breakthrough could help pave the way for cognitive computing and more efficient cell phones

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Artificial melanin gets into the skin
Polydopamine nanoparticles could protect skin cells from DNA damage caused by ultraviolet radiation

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Artificial ovary restores fertility in mice
3-D printed scaffold with tight angles and small pores stabilizes ovarian follicles

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Electroplated batteries store more energy
A new process for making pure battery electrodes improves performance

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Stretchy material creates dynamic holograms
Metamaterial hologram displays a series of images as it?s stretched

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?Flat water? provides a battery boost
Atomically thin liquid layers could help 2-D materials improve energy-storage devices

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Stretchy holograms made from a metamaterial
Rubbery holograms display a series of different images as they are stretched

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