Recreating the chameleon: material mimics color changes of living organisms

Researchers at Nagoya University develop a composite material that, by adjusting its composition and exposing it to different types of light, can mimic animals’ changes in color. Nagoya, Japan – A range of creatures, including chameleons, octopuses …
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