A spider-web-like highly expandable sensor network for multifunctional materials.

@article{Lanzara2010ASH,
  title={A spider-web-like highly expandable sensor network for multifunctional materials.},
  author={Giulia Lanzara and Nathan Salowitz and Zhiqiang Guo and Fu-Kuo Chang},
  journal={Advanced materials},
  year={2010},
  volume={22 41},
  pages={
          4643-8
        }
}
www.MaterialsViews.com C O M M A Spider-Web-Like Highly Expandable Sensor Network for Multifunctional Materials U N IC A By Giulia Lanzara , * Nathan Salowitz , Zhiqiang Guo , and Fu-Kuo Chang IO N The skin of living animals is an inspiration for the next generation of materials, devices, and structures. Human skin is sensitive to pressure, strain, and temperature; [ 1 , 2 ] dolphins or bats drastically reduce drag by sensing fl uid fl ow [ 3–5 ] and adapting either their skin shape [ 6 , 7… CONTINUE READING
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