Pollen-based ‘paper’ holds promise for new generation of natural components, NTU Singapore scientists show

Published on : 08-Apr-2020

Scientists at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore) have created a paper-like material derived from pollen that bends and curls in response to changing levels of environmental humidity.

​Media reports:

Channel NewsAsia, 13 Apr, 10pm 
Lianhe Zaobao, 14 Apr, page 8
Suria, 13 Apr, 8pm 
Cosmos Magazine (Australia), 9 Apr
The Hindu, Metro Plus, 12 May, page 2 and online
Chosun Ilbo (Korea), 2 Apr, page B6, and online (with NTU video)
Chosun Ilbo online (Korea), 7 Apr
DongA Ilbo (Korea), 6 Apr, page B6
Robot News (Korea), 7 Apr
Scienmag (UK), 6 Apr
Tech Xplore (US), 6 Apr
Tech Xplorist (India), 13 Apr
The National Tribune (Australia), 13 Apr
Mirage News (Australia), 13 Apr
Extrem News (Germany), 9 Apr
Pressetext (Germany), 8 Apr
La Verdad (Argentina), 6 Apr
Newstrotteur (FR), 6 Apr
News Medical Life Sciences (AU), 7 Apr
AZo Materials (AU), 7 Apr
Todo Diaros (Argentina), 7 Apr
RFID World (China), 20 Apr
Mems.me (China), 15 Apr

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