An Experimental Study on Adhesive or Anti-adhesive, Bio-inspired Experimental Nanomaterials
by Emiliano Lepore, Nicola Pugno
Publisher: De Gruyter Open Ltd 2014
Number of pages: 176
The proposed book aims to better understand some of the most challenging and disputed topics that could be found in nature, such as adhesive, anti-adhesive or strong mechanisms in plants or animals. This book offers additional knowledge to scientists, technicians, innovators and others in order to support the technology transfer from scientific research to industrialized products.
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