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This kirigami-inspired material use cuts in materials to embed powerful functionality. (Image courtesy of Ahmad Rafsanjani/Harvard SEAS)

New Pop-Up Strategy Inspired By Cuts, Not Folds

Origami-inspired materials use folds in materials to embed powerful functionality. However, all that folding can be pretty labor intensive. Now, researchers at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) are…



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New Clues Found For Nuclear Waste Cleanup

A Washington State University study of the chemistry of technetium-99 has improved understanding of the challenging nuclear waste and could lead to better cleanup methods. The work is reported in the journal Inorganic Chemistry. It…




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