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Survival of the fittest in materials discovery

Research led by Rein Ulijn, Director of the CUNY Advanced Science Research Center (ASRC)'s Nanoscience Initiative and Professor of Chemistry at Hunter College, has paved the way for the development of dynamically-evolving polymers that form spontaneously by adapting to their environment, which may lead to a number of product possibilities including drug delivery, food science and cosmetics, the results of which were published today in Nature Nanotechnology.
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(CUNY Advanced Science Research Center) Research led by Rein Ulijn has paved the way for the development of dynamically-evolving polymers that form spontaneously by adapting to their environment.

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