How much does materials science stand to gain from Nature? Professor Ozin gives his take on the progress of biomimetics.
New line of Superluminescent diodes in the 780 nm to 3300 nm wavelength range.
Interview on entrepreneurship with startup founder José Maria Lagaron, whose company NanoBioMatters commercializes polymer-nanoclay packaging materials.
Dielectric elastomer actuators are made stronger and more easily using a synthesis approach that doesn’t rely on pre-stretching the polymer.
Researchers improve zeolite-polymer gas separation membranes with liquid sulfolane for better carbon dioxide capture.
A hydrogel that can tell good from bad: this material can distinguish between normal and pathological levels of urate, a salt related to gout arthritis.
IBM Fellow to receive the Material Research Society’s highest honor.
Functionalized polystyrene nanoparticles are analyzed for their interaction with human monocyte-derived dendritic cells.
Researchers report on the prediction of low cycle, high cycle and combined cycle fatigue in turbine blades using the crack closure code FASTRAN.
The new journal, Energy Technology, is accepting manuscripts on applied energy research in all areas of energy generation, conversion, storage, and distribution.
A phosphorescent iridium(III) complex-functionalized poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) is a promising probe for bioimaging applications.
Researchers have obtained new insights into the atomistic and electronic structure of the oxygen vacancy in SrTiO3 through first-principles calculations.