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3D printing resins that generate super-soft, dynamic, and self-healable elastomers.
An overview of recent progress in investigating polymer systems by using Differential Dynamic Microscopy.
New X-ray Facility Brings Synchrotron-level Capabilities to BioPACIFIC MIP
A strategy for making a new class of additive manufacturing resins has been developed.
Adducts of cyclopentadienone–norbornadiene (CPD–NBD) have been developed and utilized in Diels–Alder based photopatterning of soft materials.
The BioPACIFIC MIP Living Biofoundry (LBF) has been installed at UCLA and is now available to users.
First BioPACIFIC MIP Summer School took place virtually, August 2-5, 2021
NSF BioPACIFIC MIP •
California NanoSystems Institute •
UC Santa Barbara •
UC Los Angeles
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