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A 3D printed lattice injected with magnetic fluid. Image via Science Advances, supplementary materials/LLNL

LLNL Researchers Develop New Class of 3D PRINTED METAMATERIALS that Strengthen “On Demand” – Applications for armor that responds on impact; car seats that reduce whiplash and NextGen Neck braces

This unique class is the next step forward in metamaterials that can be tuned “on-the-fly” to achieve desired properties, and applied to make intuitive objects: e.g. armor that responds on impact; car seats that reduce whiplash; and next generation neck braces.


Image captured by an electron microscope of a single nanowire memristor (highlighted in colour to distinguish it from other nanowires in the background image). Blue: silver electrode, orange: nanowire, yellow: platinum electrode. Blue bubbles are dispersed over the nanowire. They are made up of silver ions and form a bridge between the electrodes which increases the resistance. Credit: Forschungszentrum Jülich


Artificial synapses made from Zinc-Oxide nanowires – ideal candidate for use in building bioinspired “neuromorphic” processors
 

” …. Systems with neuromorphic chips that imitate the way the human brain works offer significant advantages. These types of computers work in a decentralised way, having at their disposal a multitude of processors, which, like neurons in the brain, are connected to each other by networks. If a processor breaks down, another can take over its function. 
What is more, just like in the brain, where practice leads to improved signal transfer, a bioinspired processor should have the capacity to learn.”


Nanopatterned surfaces can exploit the Lotus effect, causing them to be hydrophobic enough for water droplets to ball up and roll off the fabric surface, removing dirt particles in their path (image by William Thielicke)

Nano-textiles: The Fabric of the Future

There is a lot more new technology beyond antimicrobial nanoparticles coming from the field of nano-fabrics. Other desirable clothing characteristics that could be achieved with nanotechnology include self-cleaning fabrics, water-repelling textiles, and clothing that can reduce odors by chemically changing the compounds that cause bad odor.2 These innovations would take advantage of nano- specific properties, particularly the high surface area per volume ratio of nano-sized materials that increase the exposure of active surfaces to the surrounding  environment.

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