1. Wild silk production to support farmers excluded from protected areas of Madagascar.
Robert S. Weber and Catherine L. Craig.
2. Evolutionary divergence of Lepidopteran and trichopteran fibroins.
Kenji Yukuhiro, Hideki Sezutsu and Naoyuki Yonemura
3. The Structure, Silk I and Lamella of (Ala-Gly)15 as the model of Bombyx mori silk fibroin studied with solid state NMR.
Tetsuo Asakura, Yu Suzuki, Yasumoto Nakazawa.
4. Silk fibroin biomaterials for vascular regeneration.
Derya Aytemiz and Tetsuo Asakura.
5. Evolution and application of coiled coil silks from insects.
Tsunenori Kameda, Andrew A. Walker and Tara D. Sutherland.
6. Characterization of underwater silk proteins from caddisfly larva, Steophysche marmorata.
Kousaku Ohkawa, Takaomi Nomura, Ryoichi Arai, Koji Abe, Masuhiro Tsukada, and Kimio Hirabayashi.
7. Atomic force microscopy and spectroscopy of silk from spider draglines, capture-web spirals, and silkworms
8. Modular spider silk fibers: Defining new modules and optimizing fiber properties.
Michael B. Hinman, Florence Teulé, David Perry, Bo An, Sherry Adrianos, Amy Albertson, and Randy Lewis.
9. How to pass the gap - Functional morphology and biomechanics of spider bridging threads
Jonas O. Wolff, Jutta M. Schneider and Stanislav N. Gorb
10. The power of recombinant spider silk proteins.
Stefanie Wohlrab, Christopher Thamm, and Thomas Scheibel
11. Prey capture adhesives produced by orb-weaving spiders.
Vasav Sahni, Ali Dhinojwala, Brent D. Opell, and Todd A. Blackledge
12. Silk and web synergy: The merging of material and structural performance.
Steven W. Cranford, Nicola M. Pugno, and Markus J. Buehler