3D Print Shape-Shifting Smart Gel by Rutgers Engineers

A tiny chess king, 3D-printed with a temperature-responsive hydrogel, in cold water. It contains 73 percent water but remains solid. Credit: Daehoon Han/Rutgers University-New Brunswick

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3D Print Shape-Shifting Smart Gel by Rutgers Engineers

3D printing becomes 4D as objects morph over time and temperatures change

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About Vijay Soni 408 Articles
Vijay Soni is Ph.D. in molecular biology, microbiology, and immunology together from BITS-Pilani, Hyderabad campus and National Institute of Immunology, New Delhi, India. Currently, he is working at Weill Cornell Medical College-New York (U.S.A.) as a postdoctoral research associate. He is an expert in innovations and its translation. He is also the founder of "Scipreneur" which is a platform for the Scientific Entrepreneurs. Innovations and creativity are his passion.

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