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Electrically, chemically, and photonically powered torsional and tensile actuation of hybrid carbon nanotube yarn muscles
MD Lima, N Li, M Jung de Andrade, S Fang, J Oh, GM Spinks, ME Kozlov, ...
science 338 (6109), 928-932, 2012
5732012
Ultraflexible, large-area, physiological temperature sensors for multipoint measurements
TS Tomoyuki Yokota, Yusuke Inoue, Yuki Terakawa, Jonathan Reedera, Martin ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (47), 14533–14538, 2015
2802015
On reducing anisotropy in 3D printed polymers via ionizing radiation
S Shaffer, K Yang, J Vargas, MA Di Prima, W Voit
Polymer 55 (23), 5969-5979, 2014
2622014
High‐strain shape‐memory polymers
W Voit, T Ware, RR Dasari, P Smith, L Danz, D Simon, S Barlow, ...
Advanced functional materials 20 (1), 162-171, 2010
2482010
Triple-shape memory polymers based on self-complementary hydrogen bonding
T Ware, K Hearon, A Lonnecker, KL Wooley, DJ Maitland, W Voit
Macromolecules 45 (2), 1062-1069, 2012
1892012
Mechanically adaptive organic transistors for implantable electronics
J Reeder, M Kaltenbrunner, T Ware, D Arreaga‐Salas, ...
Advanced Materials 26 (29), 4967-4973, 2014
1652014
Fabrication of responsive, softening neural interfaces
T Ware, D Simon, DE Arreaga‐Salas, J Reeder, R Rennaker, EW Keefer, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 22 (16), 3470-3479, 2012
1502012
Nano ZnO@ reduced graphene oxide composite for high performance supercapacitor: Green synthesis in supercritical fluid
Y Haldorai, W Voit, JJ Shim
Electrochimica Acta 120, 65-72, 2014
1432014
Three‐Dimensional Flexible Electronics Enabled by Shape Memory Polymer Substrates for Responsive Neural Interfaces
T Ware, D Simon, K Hearon, C Liu, S Shah, J Reeder, N Khodaparast, ...
Macromolecular materials and engineering 297 (12), 1193-1202, 2012
1342012
Thiol‐ene/acrylate substrates for softening intracortical electrodes
T Ware, D Simon, C Liu, T Musa, S Vasudevan, A Sloan, EW Keefer, ...
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials 102 (1 …, 2014
1182014
Metamorphic superomniphobic surfaces
W Wang, J Salazar, H Vahabi, A Joshi‐Imre, WE Voit, AK Kota
Advanced Materials 29 (27), 1700295, 2017
1022017
Diels–Alder reversible thermoset 3D printing: Isotropic thermoset polymers via fused filament fabrication
K Yang, JC Grant, P Lamey, A Joshi‐Imre, BR Lund, RA Smaldone, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 27 (24), 1700318, 2017
952017
Direct electrochemistry of cytochrome c immobilized on titanium nitride/multi-walled carbon nanotube composite for amperometric nitrite biosensor
Y Haldorai, SK Hwang, AI Gopalan, YS Huh, YK Han, W Voit, ...
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 79, 543-552, 2016
892016
Design paradigm utilizing reversible Diels–Alder reactions to enhance the mechanical properties of 3D printed materials
JR Davidson, GA Appuhamillage, CM Thompson, W Voit, RA Smaldone
ACS applied materials & interfaces 8 (26), 16961-16966, 2016
862016
An (18/11) n upper bound for sorting by prefix reversals
B Chitturi, W Fahle, Z Meng, L Morales, CO Shields, IH Sudborough, ...
Theoretical Computer Science 410 (36), 3372-3390, 2009
832009
Smart polymers for neural interfaces
T Ware, D Simon, RL Rennaker, W Voit
Polymer Reviews 53 (1), 108-129, 2013
742013
Radiation crosslinked shape-memory polymers
W Voit, T Ware, K Gall
Polymer 51 (15), 3551-3559, 2010
702010
3D printed remendable polylactic acid blends with uniform mechanical strength enabled by a dynamic Diels–Alder reaction
GA Appuhamillage, JC Reagan, S Khorsandi, JR Davidson, W Voit, ...
Polymer Chemistry 8 (13), 2087-2092, 2017
662017
The changes in flexural properties and microstructures of carbon fiber bismaleimide composite after exposure to a high temperature
MH Haque, P Upadhyaya, S Roy, T Ware, W Voit, H Lu
Composite Structures 108, 57-64, 2014
582014
A mosquito inspired strategy to implant microprobes into the brain
AJ Shoffstall, S Srinivasan, M Willis, AM Stiller, M Ecker, WE Voit, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-10, 2018
542018
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