Scientists design new responsive porous material inspired by proteins

Researchers from Liverpool University have synthesised a new porous material that exhibits similar structural change and chemical activity to proteins. Described in the journal Nature, the flexible crystalline porous material consists of metal ions and small peptide molecules. It features tiny pores less than one nanometre in diameter and can adapt its structure in response to […] The post Synthetic porous material mimics behaviour of proteins appeared first on The Engineer.

Scientists design new responsive porous material inspired by proteins

Scientists from the University of Liverpool have, for the first time, synthesized a new material that exhibits structural change and triggered chemical activity like a protein.

Wed 9 Jan 19 from Phys.org

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Synthetic porous material mimics behaviour of proteins

Researchers from Liverpool University have synthesised a new porous material that exhibits similar structural change and chemical activity to proteins. Described in the journal Nature, the flexible ...

Thu 10 Jan 19 from The Engineer

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