• 3D-printing ligaments

    Materials World magazine
    Human tissue can now be made by additive manufacturing of stem cells, claim biomedical engineers in the USA.
  • Self-healing polymers coming soon

    Materials World magazine
    A breakthrough could help make self-repairing polymers cheaper.
  • Wolf Minerals stops trading, shuts down mine

    Materials World magazine
    Blasting at the Drakelands mine in Hermerdon, UK, stopped for a second day as the Australian-owned company enters voluntary administration.
  • Science innovation at the Mary Rose

    Materials World magazine
    Khai Trung Le talks to Professors Serena Corr and Eleanor Schofield on the scientific innovations used in the restoration of the Mary Rose .
  • Don’t wear it out

    Materials World magazine
    A new take on an old material is believed to have created the world’s most wear-resistant alloy, as Ellis Davies reports.
  • 2D retinas could cure blindness

    Materials World magazine
    Developments in a new 2D artificial retina promise not only significant improvements on current optical implants, but also 2D pacemakers applied to the heart and even a cure for blindness. Khai Trung Le reports.
  • The human cost of the Genoa bridge collapse

    Materials World magazine
    After part of the Morandi Bridge collapsed in Genoa, Italy, in August, leaving 43 dead, investigations into the cause reveal a split country. Ines Nastali reports.
  • Latest findings on plasticity

    Materials World magazine
    2D materials have led to a greater understanding and manipulation of dislocations. Khai Trung Le talks to Professor Erdmann Spiecker on the potential of his findings.
  • Country report: Brazil

    Materials World magazine
    Water falls, wind rises. The gradual decline of Brazil’s colossal hydropower leaves the country chasing other forms of renewable energy. Khai Trung Le reports.
  • Reshaping ceramics with 4D printing

    Materials World magazine
    A ceramic ink can be 4D-printed and origami folded to create complex structures, such as the Sydney Opera House. Ceri Jones reports on this new hybrid ink.

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