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Royal Society report on Animate Materials

UCL Professor of Materials and Society, Mark Miodownik introduces the new Royal Society report into Animate Materials.

“Animate materials could signal a future in which roads can self-heal, tiny robotic molecules can assemble themselves into household objects and living buildings can harvest carbon dioxide to generate power and purified water. The ability of animate materials to autonomously react to their environment could improve the sustainability of the materials we use day to day and aid the transition to a more circular economy.”

Read more about the report on the Royal Society website.

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Professor Mark Miodownik’s profile

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