NewsResearch team extends 4-D printing to nanophotonics

22nd January 2021by admin0
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The Singapore University of Technology and Design
(SUTD) and its research collaborators have successfully
demonstrated the four-dimensional (4-D) printing of shape memory
polymers in submicron dimensions which are comparable to the
wavelength of visible light. This novel development has allowed
researchers to now explore new applications in the field of
nanophotonics.

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