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Multiscale Biomimetics & Manufacturing Lab focuses on the study of mechanics of macro/micro/nanoscale components in nature using fundamental principles of Mechanical Engineering and applies them to the development of bio-inspired functional structures, devices, and systems with innovative multiscale manufacturing techniques.
Multiscale Biomimetics & Manufacturing Lab
We focus on the study of mechanics of macro/micro/nanoscale components in nature using fundamental principles of Mechanical Engineering and apply them to the development of bio-inspired functional structures, devices, and systems with innovative multiscale manufacturing techniques.

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07
MAY
2019

Outstanding presentation award from KSMTE.

Hyun-Ha Park and Kahyun Sun received the outstanding presentation award from KSMTE. Congratulation!
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20
MAR
2019

Journal of Materials Chemistry B top 5% most-read Q4 2018

Our article titled ‘Bioinspired Reversible Hydrogel Adhesive for Wet and Underwater Surfaces’ (https://doi.org/10.1039/C8TB02598C) was in the top 5% of most read articles published in the ‘Journal of Materials Chemistry B’
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23
JAN
2019

Our work has been introduced to a number of press.

  Our work on robust biofilm-resistant materials (Lipid-Hydrogel-Nanostructure Hybrids as Robust Biofilm-Resistant Polymeric Materials, ACS Macro Lett., 8, 64-69, 2019 https://doi.org/10.1021/acsmacrolett.8b00888) has been introdu
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15
JAN
2019

Supplementary Cover of ACS Macro Letters

Hyun-Ha and Kahyun’s paper entitled “Lipid-Hydrogel-Nanostructure Hybrids as Robust Biofilm-Resistant Polymeric Materials” has been published in ACS Macro Letters https://doi.org/10.1021/acsmacrolett.8b00888 as the supplementary
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04
JAN
2019

2018 most read articles of ACS macro letters

Our paper published in ACS Macro Letters (“Flexible and Shape-Reconfigurable Hydrogel Interlocking Adhesives for High Adhesion in Wet Environments Based on Anisotropic Swelling of Hydrogel Microstructures” https://doi.org/1
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