Materic Material Sciences and Manufacturing

Blog: How to use DirectSilver™ Nanowires

By |2023-12-07T18:39:05+00:00December 7th, 2023|Blog|

Materic’s DirectSilver™ nanowires are delivered suspended in 2-propanol (isopropyl alcohol or IPA). The ink should appear as a grey colored and homogeneous solution. The ink needs to be stored airtight in a cool and dark environment, away from all sources of light, especially direct sunlight to prevent degradation of the silver nanowires (AgNW). The

Advancements in Nanofiber-Based Textiles: Revolutionizing Performance and Protection

By |2023-07-27T17:17:39+00:00July 27th, 2023|Blog, Electrospinning, Electrospinning Web Series, Nanofiber Materials, Research, Textiles|

Introduction In recent years, nanofiber-based textiles have emerged as a groundbreaking innovation in the textile industry, revolutionizing the way we think about performance and protection in various applications. With their unique properties and capabilities, nanofibers offer enhanced breathability, waterproofing, and filtration, making them ideal for sportswear, medical wear, and even high-hazard military uniforms. In

Electrospinning: Scalable Fabrication and Crosslinking of Electrospun Gelatin Nanofibrous Constructs for Enhanced Scaffold Stability and Cell Viability

By |2023-07-24T16:15:21+00:00July 24th, 2023|Academic, Blog, Electrospinning, Research|

Introduction In the realm of cell-based assays and tissue engineering, the development of biomimetic polymers has revolutionized the field. However, one challenge that researchers face is the need for effective three-dimensional scaffold constructs. To address this, the crosslinking of electrospun nanofibrous biopolymer constructs, particularly gelatin, plays a pivotal role in achieving enhanced stability and

Electrospinning: Exploring the Versatility of Electrospun Nanofiber Mats for Advanced Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine

By |2023-07-24T16:16:05+00:00July 21st, 2023|Academic, Blog, Electrospinning, Research|

Introduction Electrospinning has emerged as a versatile and powerful technique for producing highly customizable nonwoven nanofiber mats with diverse properties. These mats, composed of synthetic polymers, biobased polymers, or their combinations, offer exciting opportunities for applications in tissue engineering, 3D organs/organoids, and cell differentiation. In this blog article, we delve into the potential of


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