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Artificial Muscles from Fishing Line and Sewing Thread
Toward an Artificial Muscle In designing materials for artificial muscles, the goals are to find those that will combine high strokes, high efficiency, long cycle life, low hysteresis, and low cost.Expand
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Conductive Electroactive Polymers: Intelligent Polymer Systems
Rapid advances in synthetic polymer science and nanotechnology have revealed new avenues of development in conductive electroactive polymers that take greater advantage of this versatile class ofExpand
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A comparison of reactive robot chemotaxis algorithms
This paper describes the implementation and evaluation of four reactive robot chemotaxis algorithms. Expand
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Cracks Faster than the Shear Wave Speed
Classical dynamic fracture theories predict the surface wave speed to be the limiting speed for propagation of in-plane cracks in homogeneous, linear elastic materials subjected to remote loading.Expand
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Conducting polymers for neural interfaces: challenges in developing an effective long-term implant.
Metal electrode materials used in active implantable devices are often associated with poor long-term stimulation and recording performance. Modification of these materials with conducting polymerExpand
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Torsional Carbon Nanotube Artificial Muscles
Carbon nanotube yarns are used to make fast, multirotational torsional actuators. Rotary motors of conventional design can be rather complex and are therefore difficult to miniaturize; previousExpand
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Conductive Electroactive Polymers: Intelligent Materials Systems
Preface Introduction. Assembly of Polypyrroles. Properties of Polypyrroles. Synthesis of Polyanilines. Properties of Polyanilines. Synthesis and Properties of Polythiophenes. Processing and DeviceExpand
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Functional 3D Neural Mini-Tissues from Printed Gel-Based Bioink and Human Neural Stem Cells.
Direct-write printing of stem cells within biomaterials presents an opportunity to engineer tissue for in vitro modeling and regenerative medicine. Here, a first example of constructing neural tissueExpand
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Bio-ink properties and printability for extrusion printing living cells.
Additive biofabrication (3D bioprinting) makes it possible to create scaffolds with precise geometries, control over pore interconnectivity and architectures that are not possible with conventionalExpand
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Electrochemical Properties of Graphene Paper Electrodes Used in Lithium Batteries
Chemically prepared graphene was used to form highly active electrodes for use as a cathode in a Li battery. The first discharge process gave a flat discharge plateau at 2.20 V at a current densityExpand
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