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Bombyx mori silk fibroin has become a ubiquitous material for applications ranging from biomedical devices to optics, electronics, and sensing, while also showing promise in the food supply chain and for architecture and design-related applications. Its widespread use arises from its unique properties, including biocompatibility, edibility, implantability, resorbability, and sustainability.

Silklab researchers reverse engineer silk starting from silk cocoons, to obtain a silk solution that becomes the starting point for the fabrication of materials that are simultaneously “technological” (e.g., mechanically robust, micro- and nanostructured, high-performing) and “biological” (e.g., living, adaptable, bio-functional) making them ideal for applications at the interface between these domains.

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