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In the past several decades, hydrogels have been extensively studied for use in various biomedical and industrial applications. Successful use of hydrogels in these applications greatly relies on the ability to control mechanical and transport properties in a refined manner; however, current hydrogel design often encounters an undesirable inverse dependency between the degree of swelling and elastic modulus. To resolve this challenge, we hypothesized that an interpenetrating network (IPN) geldoi:10.1016/j.eurpolymj.2015.07.044 fatcat:6p34x5vmabegvl2n6pfuxglbeu