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Imke Greving (Née: Diddens) : Publications

2012 Greving, I. Cai, F. Vollrath, F. Schniepp, H. Shear-induced self-assembly of native silk proteins into fibrils studied by atomic force microscopy, Biomacromolecules 13 (3) 676-682 access

2011 Seydel, T. Knoll, W., Greving, I., Dicko, C., Koza, M. M., Krasnov, I.,  ller, M.."Increased molecular mobility in humid silk fibers under tensile stress" Physical Review E, 83 016104 access

2010 Greving, I., Dicko, C., Terry, A.E., Callow, P., Vollrath, F. "Small angle neutron scattering of native and reconstituted silk fibroin" Softmatter, 6 4389-4395 access

2009 Clifton, L.A., Neylon C., Terry A.E., Dicko C., Diddens I., Characterising biomaterial complexity. Materials Today, 12 (7-8): 86-91, access

2008 Diddens, I., Murphy, B., Krisch, Müller, M. Anisotropic Elastic Properties of Cellulose Measured Using Inelastic X-ray Scattering. Macromolecules 41, 9755-9759 access

2008 Krasnov, I. Diddens, I. Hauptmann, N. Helms, G. Ogurreck, M. Seydel, T. Funari, S.S. Müller. M. Mechanical properties of silk: Interplay of deformation on macroscopic and molecular length scales. Physical Review Letters, 100: 048104, access

2007 Seydel, T.Kölln, K. Krasnov, I. Diddens, I. Hauptmann, N. Helms, G. Ogurreck, M. Kang, S.-G. Koza, M.M. Müller, M. Silkworm silk under strain investigated by X-ray diffraction and neutron spectroscopy.
Macromolecules, 40:1035-1042, access


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November 2019

Prof. Fritz Vollrath and colleagues from the Fudan University in China are widely covered in the news for their discovery of a means to produce fake Rhino horns using horse hair. Hopes are that this product may undermine the illegal market for rhino horn, and demistify the properties of rhino horn. View Here


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