This issue of High-Tech Materials profiles fiber-reinforced soft composites that are tough and flexible, protein-based photo-responsive hydrogels, ingestible drug delivery materials with prolonged medication release, biocompatible nanofibers based on mussels for production of strong hydrogels, and a bioinspired adhesive film for signal amplification of wearable sensors.
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1. Material Innovations Based on Hydrogels for the Manufacturing, Medical and Adhesive Industries
Recent Innovations in Material Technologies
- Tough and Flexible Fiber-reinforced Soft Composites
- Protein-based Photo-responsive Hydrogels
- Ingestible Drug Delivery Materials With Prolonged Medication Release
- Biocompatible Nanofibers Based on Mussels for Production of Strong Hydrogels
- Bioinspired Adhesive Film for Signal Amplification of Wearable Sensors
- Key Contacts