Instructive and Stimuli Responsive Biomaterials
This session focuses on materials that respond to a given stimulus in a manner which is either biologically relevant or biologically inspired. Examples include materials that undergo actuation, programmed degradation, and programmed self-assembly. Other concepts in the field of stimuli-responsive biomaterials are also welcome.
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