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3D printed building façade partnership between DeMeeuw and DUS Architects

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Hydrogels Offer Hope for Wound Victims with Super Healing Blood Clotting

In Massachusetts, researchers at MIT’s Department of Biological Engineering developed a hydrogel biomaterial, mostly made of water, mixed with gelatin proteins and inorganic silica...

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