Materials will be marketed by Altuglas International as Plexiglas/Altuglas Rnew biopolymer alloys.
Understanding the mechanisms behind quill penetration and extraction could help engineers design better medical devices.
A polymer reaction engineering look at the distribution of correct RNA sequence lengths.
Naturally occurring bioactive nanoparticles derived from a carnivorous fungus could have potential for application in cancer therapy.
Buildings and statues constructed of limestone can be protected from pollution by applying a thin, single layer of a water-resistant coating.
Monash researchers have taken inspiration from one of the oldest natural materials to exploit the extraordinary qualities of graphene.
Bio-based plastic packaging produced using the new technique also offers superior quality.
New work demonstrates the interplay between surface patterns and the wetting properties of a fluid for safer locomotion on wet surfaces.
It has been shown that resilin-like polypeptides are a potential material for cardiovascular tissue engineering.
The Helmholtz-University Young Investigators Group has developed a membrane that can be used for filtering small organisms or viruses from water.