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  1. The optical microscopic observation of frictional interface between high strength gels and a glass ball by ball-on-disk method
  2. 3D printable inter cross-linking network (ICN) gels for reversible transparency control with water content
  3. 4D Printing of Shape‐Memory Hydrogels for Soft‐Robotic Functions
  4. Development of Tungsten Oxide Nanoparticle Modified Carbon Fibre Cloth as Flexible pH Sensor
  5. Soft, conductive nanocomposites based on ionic liquids/carbon nanotubes for 3D printing of flexible electronic devices
  6. Extremely Soft, Conductive, and Transparent Ionic Gels by 3D Optical Printing
  7. Enormously Low Frictional Surface on Tough Hydrogels Simply Created by Laser-Cutting Process
  8. Carbon fiber doped thermosetting elastomer for flexible sensors: physical properties and microfabrication
  9. Special issue on 4th International Conference on Smart Systems Engineering (SmaSys 2016)
  10. 3D printing of shape memory hydrogels with tunable mechanical properties
  11. Synthesis and properties of multifunctional thiol crosslinked gels containing disulfide bond in the network structure
  12. Special Issue on 3rd International Conference on Smart Systems Engineering (SmaSys 2015)
  13. Electric control of friction on surface of high-strength hydrogels
  14. Evaluation of internal network structure of transparent shape memory gels and application of T-SMG to develop gel devices
  15. 3D printing of police whistles for STEM education
  16. Evaporation of droplets: the effect of interaction between droplets and the existence of obstacles
  17. Highly Robust and Low Frictional Double-Network Ion Gel
  18. A Low Cost Sensor Based Agriculture Monitoring System Using Polymeric Hydrogel
  19. Evaluation of 3D Printer Accuracy in Producing Fractal Structure
  20. Mechanical Properties of Particle Double-Network Gels and Scanning Microscopic Light Scattering Analysis of their Internal Structure
  21. Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer of Fluorescent Molecules in Joint-Linker Type Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Gels
  22. Analysis of deposition modeling by particle method simulation
  23. Synthesis and properties of organic–inorganic hybrid liquid crystal gels
  24. Development of ionic gels using thiol-based monomers in ionic liquid
  25. Single molecule force spectroscopy study of γ-polyglutamic acid by using atomic force microscopy
  26. Development of gel materials with high transparency and mechanical strength for use with a 3D gel printer SWIM-ER
  27. Friction and wear evaluation of high-strength gel
  28. Internal structure analysis of particle-double network gels used in a gel organ replica
  29. Modeling the transparent shape memory gels by 3D printer Acculas
  30. Establishment of gel materials with different mechanical properties by 3D gel printer SWIM-ER
  31. Synthesis of organic-inorganic hybrid gels by means of thiol-ene and azide-alkene reactions
  32. Synthesis and Structure of Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Semi-interpenetrating Polymer Network Gels
  33. The effect of cross-linker concentration on the physical properties of poly(dimethyl acrylamide-co-stearyl acrylate)-based shape memory hydrogels
  34. Internal Structure of Superabsorbent Polymer Studied with Scanning Microscopic Light Scattering System
  35. Friction measurement of functional gel mechanical materials
  36. Special Issue on 2nd International Conference on Smart Systems Engineering (SmaSys 2014)
  37. Reconsideration on structural anisotropy of silica hydrogels prepared in magnetic field
  38. Anisotropic Gelation Induced by Very Little Amount of Filamentous Actin
  39. Investigation of mechanical properties and internal structure of novel ionic double-nework gels and comparison with conventional hydrogels
  40. 3D gel printing for soft-matter systems innovation
  41. Gel chemical transistor
  42. Free forming of the gel by 3D gel printer SWIM-ER
  43. Ionic liquid based multifunctional double network gel
  44. The effect of cross linker concentration in the physical properties of shape memory gel
  45. Synthesis and optical properties of σ-π conjugated organic-inorganic hybrid gels
  46. Bacterial cellulose gels with high mechanical strength
  47. Friction of polymer hydrogels studied by resonance shear measurements
  48. Food creation with 3D gel printer for foods
  49. The Network Structure and the Drug Release Characteristics of Agar Gel and Xanthan Gum-Locust Bean Gum Complex Gel
  50. Smart hydrogel with shape memory for biomedical applications
  51. Structure and formation processes of syndiotactic-polystyrene or styrene-based copolymer-organic solvent gels studied using scanning microscopic light scattering
  52. Birefringence of silica hydrogels prepared under high magnetic fields reinvestigated
  53. Thermal-Mechanical ICN-SMG Gels for Smart Devices
  54. In situ observation of a hydrogel–glass interface during sliding friction
  55. Particle Dispersion Simulator for Gel Printer
  56. Structural Analysis of Shape Memory Gel
  57. 3D Printing of Meso-Decorated Gels and Foods
  58. Non-destructive examination system of vitreous body
  59. 3D scanning of internal structure in gel engineering materials with visual scanning microscopic light scattering
  60. 3D printing of soft and wet systems benefit from hard-to-soft transition of transparent shape memory gels (presentation video)
  61. Silver Nanowires (AgNWs) Embedded Electrodes for Gel Actuator
  62. Observation of the Birefringence in the Friction Interface with Polarizing Microscope
  63. Meso-Decorated Switching-Knot Gels
  64. Surface Friction of Double Network Gels and Shape Memory Gels
  65. The Applications of Shape Memory Gel as a Smart Material
  66. Imaging of Internal Structure in Gel Engineering Materials with Visual Scanning Microscopic Light Scattering
  67. Development of a standard method to observe the surface friction of high-strength gels
  68. Frictional properties of high functional gel materials
  69. 3D jet printer of edible gels for food creation
  70. Frictional properties of gel engineering materials with laser surface texturing
  71. High transparent shape memory gel
  72. Hydration Structure of CO2-Absorbed 2-Aminoethanol Studied by Neutron Diffraction with the 14N/15N Isotopic Substitution Method
  73. Synthesis and optical properties of organic-inorganic hybrid semi-interpenetrating polymer network gels containing polyfluorenes
  74. 3Dデザイナブルゲルが加速する和風メイカーズ革命
  75. Experiments of a variable stiffness robot using shape memory gel
  76. Turbulent Flow Characteristics Controlled by Polymers
  77. Hard-to-soft transition of transparent shape memory gels and the first observation of their critical temperature studied with scanning microscopic light scattering
  78. Effects of the extensional rate on two-dimensional turbulence of semi-dilute polymer solution flows
  79. Gel Engineering Materials Meso-Decorated with Polymorphic Crystals
  80. Supramolecular Assemblies of a Semirigid Polyanion in Aqueous Solutions
  81. Observation instrument of dynamic frictional interface of gel engineering materials with polarized optical microscopic
  82. Nanoscale imaging of mesh size distribution in gel engineering materials with visual scanning microscopic light scattering
  83. Characterization of shape memory gels using scanning microscopic light scattering
  84. Silver nanowires embedded gel electrodes
  85. GEM printer: 3D gel printer for free shaping of functional gel engineering materials
  86. Meso-decorated self-healing gels: network structure and properties
  87. The Contribution of SAA1 Polymorphisms to Familial Mediterranean Fever Susceptibility in the Japanese Population
  88. Photoinduced Deformation of Rigid Azobenzene-Containing Polymer Networks
  89. High-Energy X-ray Diffraction Study on the Intramolecular Structure of 2-Aminoethanol in the Liquid State
  90. Relaxation modes in chemically cross-linked poly(2-methacryloyloxyethyl phosphorylcholine) hydrogels
  91. Strucural Analysis and Mechanical Properties of Dry-Synthesis Gels
  92. Surface and Bulk Mechanical Properties of Soft and Wet Materials
  93. Smart Hydrogels Developed with Inter-Crosslinking Network (ICN) Structure
  94. Development of a Novel Standard Type of Gel Engineering Materials via Simple Bulk Polymerization
  95. Development of Optical 3D Gel Printer for Fabricating Free-Form Soft ^|^amp; Wet Industrial Materials and Evaluation of Printed Double-Network Gels
  96. 導電性を持つ形状記憶ゲルのジュール熱制御
  97. Development of Extensional Viscosity Measurement Method on Low Viscos Polymer Solution with an Abrupt Contraction Flow
  98. Experiments of a two-arm robot using shape memory gel
  99. Photo-responsible gel actuator developed with scanning microscopic light scattering
  100. Inter-crosslinking network gels having both shape memory and high ductility
  101. Nematic growth of microtubules that changed into giant spiral structure through partial depolymerization and subsequent dynamic ordering
  102. Creation of Shape-memory Gels with Inter-crosslinking Network Structure
  103. Intelligent Button Developed Using Smart Soft and Wet Materials
  104. Ultrahigh Ductile Gels Developed by Inter Cross-linking Network (ICN)
  105. Smart Lenses Developed with High-Strength and Shape Memory Gels
  106. Development of Film Interference Flow Imaging Method (FIFI) Studying Polymer Stretching Effects on Thin Liquid Layer
  107. Ultrahigh Ductile Gels Having Inter-Crosslinking Network (ICN) Structure
  108. 繊維強化による高強度ゲルの開発
  109. Effect of void structure on the toughness of double network hydrogels
  110. Surfactant-induced friction reduction for hydrogels in the boundary lubrication regime
  111. Anisotropic Hydrogel from Complexation-Driven Reorientation of Semirigid Polyanion at Ca2+Diffusion Flux Front
  112. Strain-Induced Molecular Reorientation and Birefringence Reversion of a Robust, Anisotropic Double-Network Hydrogel
  113. Hydrogel with cubic-packed giant concentric domains of semi-rigid polyion complex
  114. Robust bonding and one-step facile synthesis of tough hydrogels with desirable shape by virtue of the double network structure
  115. Novel Optical Devices Developed with High-Strength Gels
  116. Polymer Effects on Turbulence in Flowing Soap Films Studied with Film Interference Flow Imaging Method
  117. Self-Repairing Materials Created with Fiber-Reinforced Shape-Memory Gels
  118. 3-Dimensional Freeform Fabrication of High-Strength Gels by Laser Scanning Irradiation
  119. Water-Induced Brittle-Ductile Transition of Double Network Hydrogels
  120. Synthesis and optical properties of organic–inorganic hybrid gels containing fluorescent molecules
  121. Hydrogels with Cylindrically Symmetric Structure at Macroscopic Scale by Self-Assembly of Semi-rigid Polyion Complex
  122. A Deformation Mechanism for Double-Network Hydrogels with Enhanced Toughness
  123. Preparation of Enzymatically Recyclable Hydrogels Through the Formation of Inclusion Complexes of Amylose in a Vine-Twining Polymerization
  124. Formation of a strong hydrogel–porous solid interface via the double-network principle
  125. A facile method for synthesizing free-shaped and tough double network hydrogels using physically crosslinked poly(vinyl alcohol) as an internal mold
  126. Formation of Well-Oriented Microtubules with Preferential Polarity in a Confined Space under a Temperature Gradient
  127. Ligament-like tough double-network hydrogel based on bacterial cellulose
  128. First Observation of Stick−Slip Instability in Tearing of Poly(vinyl alcohol) Gel Sheets
  129. Brittle, ductile, paste-like behaviors and distinct necking of double network gels with enhanced heterogeneity
  130. Antifouling properties of tough gels against barnacles in a long-term marine environment experiment
  131. Direct Observation of Damage Zone around Crack Tips in Double-Network Gels
  132. Synthesis of Organic−Inorganic Hybrid Gels from Siloxane or Silsesquioxane and α,ω-Nonconjugated Dienes by Means of a Photo Hydrosilylation Reaction
  133. Photoinducedin situformation of various F-actin assemblies with a photoresponsive polycation
  134. True Chemical Structure of Double Network Hydrogels
  135. Antifouling activity of synthetic polymer gels against cyprids of the barnacle (Balanus amphitrite)in vitro
  136. Orientated Bacterial Cellulose Culture Controlled by Liquid Substrate of Silicone Oil with Different Viscosity and Thickness
  137. Synthesis of Novel Double Network Hydrogels via Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization
  138. Mesoscopic Network Structure of a Semi-Rigid Polyion Complex Nested in a Polycationic Hydrogel
  139. Nonvolatile and Shape-Memorized Bacterial Cellulose Gels Swollen by Poly(ethylene glycol)
  141. Highly Extensible Double-Network Gels with Self-Assembling Anisotropic Structure
  142. Morphogenesis of Liposomes Caused by Polycation-Induced Actin Assembly Formation
  143. Tear Velocity Dependence of High-Strength Double Network Gels in Comparison with Fast and Slow Relaxation Modes Observed by Scanning Microscopic Light Scattering
  144. Localized Yielding Around Crack Tips of Double-Network Gels
  145. Tough Hydrogel - Learn from Nature
  146. Structural anisotropy of silica hydrogels prepared under magnetic field
  147. Shrinking Behavior of Surfactant-Grafted Thermosensitive Gels and the Mechanism of Rapid Shrinking
  148. Tubular bacterial cellulose gel with oriented fibrils on the curved surface
  149. Self-Assembling Structure in Solution of a Semirigid Polyelectrolyte
  150. Light-Controlled On-Off Switch of a Fluorescent Nanoparticle
  151. Effect of substrate adhesion and hydrophobicity on hydrogel friction
  152. Friction of a soft hydrogel on rough solid substrates
  153. Tough Hydrogel - Learn from Nature
  154. 超高強度 Double Network ゲルの創製とその高強度化メカニズム
  155. Observation of the Three-Dimensional Structure of Actin Bundles Formed with Polycations
  156. Production of Bacterial Cellulose with Well Oriented Fibril on PDMS Substrate
  157. The molecular origin of enhanced toughness in double-network hydrogels: A neutron scattering study
  158. A molecular dynamics simulation study on polymer networks of end-linked flexible or rigid chains
  159. Importance of Entanglement between First and Second Components in High-Strength Double Network Gels
  160. Mesh Size Control of Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Gels by Means of a Hydrosilylation Co-Gelation of Siloxane or Silsesquioxane and α , ω -Non-Conjugated Dienes
  161. Macromol. Mater. Eng. 8/2007
  162. Temperature-Induced Changes in the Surface Wettability of SBR + PNIPA Films
  163. Friction of Soft Gel in Dilute Polymer Solution
  164. Actin Network Formation by Unidirectional Polycation Diffusion
  165. Anisotropic Gelation Seeded by a Rod-Like Polyelectrolyte
  166. Photochemical control of network structure in gels and photo-induced changes in their viscoelastic properties
  167. Motility and Structural Polymorphism of Polymer–Actin Complex Gel
  168. Superior Nanoporous Polyimides via Supercritical CO2 Drying of Jungle‐Gym‐Type Polyimide Gels
  169. End-Crosslinking Gelation of Poly(amide acid) Gels studied with Scanning Microscopic Light Scattering
  170. Catch and Release of DNA in Coacervate-Dispersed Gels
  171. Anisotropic Nucleation Growth of Actin Bundle:  A Model for Determining the Well-Defined Thickness of Bundles †
  172. Necking Phenomenon of Double-Network Gels
  173. Light‐induced formation of curved needle texture by circularly polarized light irradiation on a discotic liquid crystal containing a racemic chromium complex
  174. Tailored Synthesis and Fundamental Characterization of Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Gels by Means of a Hydrosilylation Reaction
  175. Anisotropic Polyion-Complex Gels from Template Polymerization
  176. Elastic−Hydrodynamic Transition of Gel Friction
  177. Effect of Polymer Entanglement on the Toughening of Double Network Hydrogels
  178. Fluorescence study on the mechanism of rapid shrinking of grafted poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) gels and semi-IPN gels
  179. Crystal-like Array Formation in Phase Separation Induced by Radical Polymerization
  180. Complex Structure of Polymer Gels
  181. Crystal-like pattern formation in polymerization-induced phase separation
  182. Preparation and magnetometric characterization of iron oxide-containing alginate/poly(vinyl alcohol) networks
  183. Formation and Disruption of Viscoelastic Wormlike Micellar Networks in the Mixed Surfactant Systems of Sucrose Alkanoate and Polyoxyethylene Alkyl Ether
  184. Composition dependence of polymerization-induced phase separation of 2-chlorostyrene/polystyrene mixtures
  185. Swelling-induced modulation of static and dynamic fluctuations in polyacrylamide gels observed by scanning microscopic light scattering
  186. Salami pattern formation during phase separation induced by polymerization of 2-chlorostyrene in the presence of polystyrene
  187. Photochemically-induced refractive index and fluoresence patterning on polymer films
  188. Large Photoinduced Refractive Index Increase in Polymer Films Containing Phenylazide Maintaining Their Transparency and Thermal Stability
  189. Photochemically Induced Fluorescence Control with Intermolecular Energy Transfer from a Fluorescent Dye to a Photochromic Diarylethene in a Polymer Film
  190. Inhomogeneity Analysis of Nanometer-scale Network Structure in Polymer Gels by Scanning Microscopic Light Scattering- Determination of the Preparing Condition to Build a Homogeneous Network
  191. Dynamic Light Scattering from Static and Dynamic Fluctuations in Inhomogeneous Media
  192. Preparation of novel, high-modulus, swollen- or jungle-gym-type polyimide gels end-crosslinked with 1,3,5-tris(4-aminophenyl)benzene
  193. 走査型顕微光散乱による高分子ゲルの微細網目構造のキャラクタリゼーション
  194. Electron microscopic and cytochemical studies of peroxidase-negative acute nonlymphoblastic leukemia
  195. Concentric Pattern Formation during Phase Separation Induced by a Cross-Linking Reaction
  196. Effect of varying preparing-concentration on the equilibrium swelling of polyacrylamide gels
  197. Brillouin Scattering Study of the Volume Phase Transition in Poly-N-Isopropylacrylamide Gels
  198. Ultrastructural Cytochemistry of Congenital Basophilic Leukemia
  199. Flower Petal-like Pattern on Soft Hydrogels during Vodka Spreading