Technicians develop programmable silk-based resources with stuck, pre-designed functions

Tufts School designers have created a new format of solids created from cotton protein which can be preprogrammed with biological, compound, or optical functions, such as for example mechanical parts that change shade with stress, deliver drugs, or respond to gentle, based on a document printed online this week in Proceedings of the National School of Sciences (PNAS).

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