Advanced Materials

Advanced Materials

Collagen Patch to Repair Intervertebral Disc Herniation and Degeneration

Advanced Materials

Clemson University researchers have developed a collagen-based, multi-laminate, cell friendly patch for AF repair using a simple and scalable process, resulting in a biomaterial that demonstrates biochemical and mechanical properties comparable to that of the native human AF tissue.

Temperature-Responsive Electrolytes for Lithium-Ion Batteries

Advanced Materials

Clemson researchers have developed a polymer electrolyte for lithium-ion batteries with temperature responsive properties that can be used to inhibit thermal hazards associated with large-format and high-power lithium-ion batteries. This is achieved by a phase transition that is based on the separation of a polymer from the electrolyte solution.

Sim[PLY]: Sustainable and Eco-friendly Construction Framing

Advanced Materials

Clemson University researchers have developed an innovative structural system that allows individuals to construct a house using only hand powered tools. The Sim[PLY] framing system consists of pre-cut and individually numbered components, designed to be flat-packed and shipped directly to a building site.
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