Technicians build programmable silk-based components with stuck, pre-designed features

Tufts College engineers have developed a new format of shades created from cotton protein that can be preprogrammed with natural, compound, or visual features, such as for instance technical parts that change shade with strain, deliver medications, or respond to mild, in accordance with a document printed on the web this week in Proceedings of the National School of Sciences (PNAS).

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