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Emergent properties in hierarchical biomaterials

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Emergent properties appear as unexpected functionalities of a material as different levels of architecture combine at the nanoscopic and mesoscopic levels. I will use examples from collagen and fibrillin – two multilevel tissues that are essential in the body. My main method of investigation has been X-ray diffraction, fibre diffraction and solution scattering.

This talk is part of the Physics and Astronomy Colloquia series.

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