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  • Printed origami offers new technique for small, complex structures

    Jennifer Lewis, professor of materials science and engineering, led the research team that created a new method for constructing complext three-dimensional structures for biocompatible devices. Graduate student Chris Hansen, left, and postdoctoral research associate Bok Yeop Ahn were on the team.

    Jennifer Lewis, professor of materials science and engineering, led the research team that created a new method for constructing complext three-dimensional structures for biocompatible devices. Graduate student Chris Hansen, left, and postdoctoral research associate Bok Yeop Ahn were on the team.

    Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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      Jennifer Lewis, professor of materials science and engineering, led the research team that created a new method for constructing complext three-dimensional structures for biocompatible devices. Graduate student Chris Hansen, left, and postdoctoral research associate Bok Yeop Ahn were on the team.

      Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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      The penny-sized titanium bird began as a printed sheet of titanium hydride ink. See a video of more samples.

      Photo courtesy Jennifer Lewis

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