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Injectable Tendon Hydrogel: A Scaffold for Tissue Regeneration

Stanford researchers have developed an injectable, biocompatible hydrogel consisting of extracellular matrix (ECM) from human cadaveric tendons as a potential scaffold for guided tissue regeneration and tissue engineering purposes. This injectable materia...
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CNT-enhanced Nanomaterial Membrane

Stanford engineers in Materials Science have developed an anode structure that integrates a flexible, conductive carbon nanotube (CNT) network into a Si anode. This free standing composite film is free of heavy metal current collectors and has a structure...
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