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33. Zhitong Zhao, Weiwei Gao*, and Hao Bai*,

“Mineral layer as effective binder to achieve tough bonding between hydrogel and solid titanium substrate.”

Journal of Materials Chemistry B 2018, 6 (23), 3859-3864.

DOI: 10.1039/C8TB01042K   

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32. Ying Cui, Huaxin Gong, Yujie Wang, Dewen Li, and Hao Bai*,

“A thermally insulating textile inspired by polar bear hair.” 

Advanced Materials 2018, 30 (14), 1706807.

DOI: 10.1002/adma.201706807

(Highlighted by Nature'A thermal-invisibility cloak spun from silk and ice.')

(Highlighted by New Scientist, 'Bunnies draped in fake polar bear fur are both cosy and stealthy.')

(Highlighted by Chemistry & Engineering News, 'Polar bear hair inspires stealth fabric.')

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31. Miao Yang, Nifang Zhao, Ying Cui, Weiwei Gao, Qian Zhao, Chao Gao, Hao Bai*, and Tao Xie,

“Biomimetic architectured graphene aerogel with exceptional strength and resilience.”

ACS Nano 2017, 11 (7), 6817-6824.

DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.7b0185

(Highlighted by ACS Editors' Choice)

(Highlighted by ACS News, 'Plant inspiration could lead to flexible electronics.')

(Highlighted by Chemical & Engineering News, 'Plant inspire exceptionally strong and elastic graphene aerogels.')

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30. Degang Yang, Zhitong Zhao, Fan Bai, Shutao Wang, Antoni P. Tomsia, and Hao Bai*, 

“Promoting cell migration in tissue engineering scaffolds with graded channels.”

Advanced Healthcare Materials 2017, 6 (18), 1700472.

DOI: 10.1002/adhm.201700472


29. Nifang Zhao, Miao Yang, Qian Zhao, Weiwei Gao, Tao Xie, and Hao Bai*, 

“Superstretchable nacre-mimetic graphene/poly(vinyl alcohol) composite film based on interfacial architectural engineering.”

ACS Nano 2017, 11 (5), 4777-4784.

DOI: 10.1021/acsnano.7b01089

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28. Ying Cui, Dewen Li, and Hao Bai*, 

“Bioinspired smart materials for directional liquid transport.” 

Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 2017, 56 (17), 4887-4897. 

DOI: 10.1021/acs.iecr.7b00583

(Invited review for the Special Issue of I&EC Research, 2017 Class of Influential Researchers)

(Highlighted by ACS Editors' Choice and in the cover of the issue)

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27. Di Chen, Xuhui Xia, Tuck W. Wong, Hao Bai, Marc Behl, Qian Zhao*, Andreas Lendlein, Tao Xie,

“Omnidirectional shape memory effect via lyophilization of PEG hydrogels.”

Macromol. Rapid Commun 2017, 38 (7), 1600746.

DOI10.1002/marc.201600746


26. Limei Huang, Ruiqi Jiang, Jingjun Wu, Jizhou song, Hao Bai, Bogeng Li, Qian Zhao*, Tao Xie*,

Ultrafast digital printing toward 4D shape changing materials.”

Advanced Materials 2017, 29 (7), 1605390.

DOI10.1002/adma.201605390


25. Qian Zhao, Xuxu Yang, Chunxin Ma, Di Chen, Hao Bai, Tiefeng Li*, Wei Yang, Tao Xie* ,

A bioinspired reversible snapping hydrogel assembly. ” 

Materials Horizon 2016, 3 (5), 422-428.

DOI: 10.1039/C6MH00167J


24. Miao Yang, Jingjun Wu, Hao Bai, Tao Xie, Qian Zhao*, Tuck‐Whye Wong, 

Controlling three-dimensional ice template via two-dimensional surface wetting.” 

AIChE Journal 2016, 62 (12), 4186-4192.

DOI: 10.1002/aic.15509


23. Hua Dong, Yongmei Zheng, Nü Wang*, Hao Bai, Li Wang, Jing Wu, Yong Zhao*, Lei Jiang,

Highly efficient fog collection unit by integrating artificial spider silks. ” 

Advanced Materials Interfaces 2016, 3 (11), 1500831.

DOI: 10.1002/admi.201500831


22. Hao Bai*, Flynn Walsh, Bernd Gludovatz, Benjamin Delattre, Caili Huang, Yuan Chen, Antoni P. Tomsia, and Robert O. Ritchie*, 

“Bioinspired hydroxyapatite/poly(methyl methacrylate) composite with nacre-mimetic architecture by a bidirectional freezing method.” 

Advanced Materials 2016, 28 (1), 50-56.

DOI: 10.1002/adma.201504313

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21. Hao Bai*, Yuan Chen, Benjamin Delattre, Antoni P. Tomsia, and Robert O. Ritchie*, 

“Bioinspired large-scale aligned porous materials assembled with dual temperature gradients.” 

Science Advances 2015, 1, e1500849.

DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.1500849

http://newscenter.lbl.gov/2015/12/11/the-artificial-materials-that-came-in-from-the-cold/?

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20. Hao Bai*, #, Dong Wang#, Benjamin Delattre#, Weiwei Gao, Joel De Coninck, Song Li, and Antoni P. Tomsia, 

“Biomimetic gradient scaffold from ice-templating for self-seeding of cells with capillary effect.” [#Equal contribution]

Acta Biomaterialia 2015, 20 (1), 113-119.


19. Ulrike G. K. Wegst*, Hao Bai, Eduardo Saiz, Antoni P. Tomsia, and Robert O. Ritchie*, 

“Bioinspired structural materials.” [All authors contributed equally]

Nature Materials 2015, 14 (1), 23-36. (Invited Review)

http://newscenter.lbl.gov/2014/11/18/inspired-by-nature/


18. Alessandro Polini*, Jianglin Wang, Hao Bai, Ye Zhu, Antoni P. Tomsia, and Chuanbin Mao*, 

“Stable biofunctionalization of hydroxyapatite (HA) surfaces by HA-binding/osteogenic modular peptides for inducing osteogenic differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells.” 

Biomaterials Science 2014, 2 (12), 1779-1786.

                                       

17. Hao Bai, Lin Wang, Jie Ju, Ruize Sun, Yongmei Zheng*, and Lei Jiang, 

“Efficient water collection on integrative bioinspired surfaces with star-shaped wettability patterns.” 

Advanced Materials 2014, 26 (29), 5025-5030.


16. Benjamin Delattre*, Hao Bai, Robert O. Ritchie, Joel De Coninck, and Antoni P. Tomsia, 

“Unidirectional freezing of ceramics suspensions: In situ X-ray investigation of the effects of additives.” 

ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2014, 6 (1), 159-166.


15. Hao Bai*, Alessandro Polini, Benjamin Delattre, and Antoni P. Tomsia, 

“Thermo-responsive composite hydrogels with aligned macroporous structure by ice-templated assembly.” 

Chemistry of Materials 2013, 25 (22), 4551-4556.


14. Jie Ju, Kai Xiao, Xi Yao, Hao Bai, and Lei Jiang*, 

“Bioinspired conical copper wire with gradient wettability for continuous and efficient fog collection.” 

Advanced Materials 2013, 25 (41), 5937-5942.


13. Ruize Sun, Hao Bai, Jie Ju, and Lei Jiang*, 

“Droplet emission induced by ultrafast spreading on superhydrophilic surface.” 

Soft Matter 2013, 9 (39), 9285-9289.


12. Alessandro Polini*, Hao Bai, and Antoni P. Tomsia, 

“Dental applications of nanostructured bioactive glass and its composites.” 

Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology 2013, 5 (4), 399-410. (Invited)


11. Jie Ju#, Hao Bai#, Yongmei Zheng, Tianyi Zhao, Ruochen Fang, and Lei Jiang*, 

“A multi-structural and multi-functional integrated fog collection system in cactus.” [#Equal contribution]

Nature Communications 2012, DOI: 10.1038/ncomms2253 (Featured Image)

News of the week, “Thirsty Cacti Collect Fog on Spines.” Science 2012, 338 (6113), 1402-1402.


10. Xi Yao, Hao Bai, Jie Ju, Ding Zhou, Jing Li, Hao Zhang*, Bai Yang, and Lei Jiang*, 

“Running droplet of interfacial chemical reaction flow.”

Soft Matter 2012, 8 (22), 5988-5991.


9. Hao Bai, Jie Ju, Yongmei Zheng*, and Lei Jiang*, 

“Functional fibers with unique wettability inspired by spider silks.”

Advanced Materials 2012, 24 (20), 2786-2791. (Back Cover) (Invited)


8. Hua Dong, Nü Wang, Li Wang, Hao Bai, Jing Wu, Yongmei Zheng, Yong Zhao*, and Lei Jiang*, 

“Bioinspired electrospun knotted microfibers for fog harvesting.”

ChemPhysChem 2012, 13 (5), 1153-1156. (Front Cover)


7. Xuelin Tian, Yuan Chen, Yongmei Zheng*, Hao Bai, and Lei Jiang*, 

“Controlling water capture of bioinspired fibers with hump structures.”

Advanced Materials 2011, 23 (46), 5486-5491. (Front Cover)


6. Hao Bai, Ruize Sun, Jie Ju, Xi Yao, Yongmei Zheng*, and Lei Jiang*, 

“Large-scale fabrication of bioinspired fibers for directional water collection.”

Small 2011, 7 (24), 3429-3433. (Frontispiece)

Research news, Water-catching spinout from synthetic spider silk. Chemistry World 2011.


5. Hao Bai, Jie Ju, Ruize Sun, Yuan Chen, Yongmei Zheng*, and Lei Jiang*, 

“Controlled fabrication and water collection ability of bioinspired artificial spider silks.”

Advanced Materials 2011, 23 (32), 3708-3711. (Front Cover)


4. Xuelin Tian, Hao Bai, Yongmei Zheng*, and Lei Jiang, 

“Bio-inspired heterostructured bead-on-string fibers that respond to environmental wetting.”

Advanced Functional Materials 2011, 21 (8), 1398-1402. (Back Cover)


3. Hao Bai, Xuelin Tian, Yongmei Zheng*, Jie Ju, Yong Zhao, and Lei Jiang*, 

“Direction controlled driving of tiny water drops on bioinspired artificial spider silks.” 

Advanced Materials 2010, 22 (48), 5521-5525. (Front Cover)

Research Highlights, Materials: Controlling water on synthetic silk. Nature 2010, 468 (7324), 603-603.

Research Highlights, Bioinspired polymers: Driving droplets. NPG Asia Mater. 2011, DOI:10.1038/asiamat.2011.21.


2. Yongmei Zheng#, Hao Bai#, Zhongbing Huang, Xuelin Tian, Fu-Qiang Nie, Yong Zhao*, Jin Zhai, and Lei Jiang*, 

“Directional water collection on wetted spider silk.” [#Equal contribution]

Nature 2010, 463 (7281), 640-643. (Front Cover)


1. Li Chen, Mingjie Liu, Hao Bai, Peipei Chen, Fan Xia, Dong Han*, and Lei Jiang*, 

“Antiplatelet and thermally responsive poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) surface with nanoscale topography.”

The Journal of American Chemical Society 2009, 131 (30), 10467-10472.