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BonLab programs hydrogels and makes them communicate

Ross Jaggers and Stefan Bon from BonLab report in Materials Horizons the fabrication of hydrogel objects which can be individually programmed to uniquely respond to a shared external trigger, and have the ability to communicate with one another when in proximety.

Tue 28 March 2017, 14:05 | Tags: news PolymerChem publications Mat&Interf

Highly reactive molecule imaged for the first time by David Fox group & IBM published in Nature Nanotechnology.

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David Fox who spearheaded the project along with Anish Mistry in collaboration with IBM have synthesised and imaged a highly reactive molecule for the first time, Triangulene. It was first hypothesised in the 1950’s and ever since, chemists have struggled to synthesise it until now.

Triangulene, a triangular fragment of graphene which contains two radicals is predicted to have desirable properties for electronic devices. For more information see the article attached.

http://www.nature.com/nnano/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nnano.2016.305.html

Tue 14 February 2017, 18:37 | Tags: news people publications

BonLab programs hydrogels and makes them communicate

Ross Jaggers and Stefan Bon from BonLab report in Materials Horizons the fabrication of hydrogel objects which can be individually programmed to uniquely respond to a shared external trigger, and have the ability to communicate with one another when in proximety.

Tue 28 March 2017, 14:04 | Tags: news PolymerChem publications Mat&Interf

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