Great to see our work on multistable metamaterials highlighted in the April issue of Scientific American! @sciam @_amolf @Bofo90
Tiny, Shapeshifting Robots Could Aid Nanoscale Manufacturing
Centimeter-scale foldable buildings blocks may lead to industrial applications
Happy valentine! Our metaheart is beating today :) @GiorgioOliveri4 @_amolf #metamaterial #ValentinesDay @HybridHeartEu #heart
Our work on the inverse design of mechanical metamaterials that undergo buckling has just been published! Check the article online at: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/adfm.201909033#.XkD6yaZG0zM.twitter #softroboticmatter
The @HybridHeartEu project selected as 1 of 4 projects to compete for the #bigbeatchallenge of the @TheBHF! Super exciting!
The Big Beat Challenge
The Big Beat Challenge is a £30 million research award to revolutionise the prevention, diagnosis or treatment of heart and circulatory conditions.
Our work highlighted on the main page of @NatureComms, #whoopwhoop.
Want to build your own reconfigurable structures, find instructions and templates on our group website: http://www.overvelde.com/downloads/
Our work on multistable metamaterials published in Nature Communications! Find the article here. @Bofo90 @_amolf @NatureComms #metamaterial #kinematic #mechanics
Exploring multistability in prismatic metamaterials through local actu
So far, mostly 2D building blocks have been used to make origami-type multistable metamaterials that can keep their shape when deformed. Here, the aut...
And here is the Podcast, on a rapid, multi-material 3D printer developed by the Lewis group at Harvard. @_amolf @NatureNV #3Dprinting #softrobot
Podcast: A rapid, multi-material 3D printer, and a bacterium’s role in alcoholic hepatitis
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How to print multi-material devices in one go, see my recent news and views of the article of the Lewis group! @_amolf @NatureNV #3dprint
How to print multi-material devices in one go
A multinozzle system for the 3D printing of voxellated objects.