Future Environments: Bio-Inspired Materials

Jeffrey Moore discusses bio-inspired, vascularized materials and how manufacturers will take inspiration from the natural world to create better products. Moore discusses how many manufactured goods of the future will include vascular networks that make them more adaptable, functional, and longer-lasting. Moore is a professor of Chemistry and Materials Science...

  • Date Added:   12/03/18
  • Author:   BeckmanInstitute
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