By Nico Bruns, Andreas F M Kilbinger, Ben Zhong Tang, Christoph Weder, Hans Borner, Laura Hartmann, Jean-Francoise Lutz, Erik Berda, J Herbert Waite, Jorg Tiller, Bruce Lee, Neil Cameron, Geoff Spinks, Wolfgang Meier, Lei Jiang, Silvia Vignolini, Rolf Mulhau
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Bio-inspired Polymers covers all points of the topic, starting from the synthesis of novel polymers, to structure-property relationships, fabrics with complicated homes and purposes of bio-inspired polymers in such assorted fields as drug supply, tissue engineering, optical fabrics and light-weight structural materials.
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Bio-inspired polymers by Nico Bruns, Andreas F M Kilbinger, Ben Zhong Tang, Christoph Weder, Hans Borner, Laura Hartmann, Jean-Francoise Lutz, Erik Berda, J Herbert Waite, Jorg Tiller, Bruce Lee, Neil Cameron, Geoff Spinks, Wolfgang Meier, Lei Jiang, Silvia Vignolini, Rolf Mulhau