The Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry highlights some important research in the latest issue.
Plastics consultant Mark Rosen looks at how efforts to save money in part development are often counter-productive.
Most people consider oil spills in seawater repellent, but the filefish takes oleophobicity to a new level.
After over a century of neglect, Ketenes have reemerged as a useful tool for synthetic chemists and materials scientists.
Guest writer Geoffrey Ozin, of the University of Toronto, addresses the difficult problem of reproducing synthesis results in nanochemistry.
A rapid way of diagnosing anaemia using microwave technology being developed into a point of care device for hospitals and the home.
The Germany company Akon revolutionized the entire electronics industry with a precise and environment friendly etching technology.
A noninvasive, controlled method of drug delivery via functionalising gold nanocages for Alzheimer’s disease therapy increases the therapeutic efficacy of chelation therapy.
Small neural building blocks are used to make 3D neural networks in vitro, allowing the study of the interaction between different brain regions.
Lynn Loo of Princeton University joins the editorial advisory board of Advanced Materials from 2013.
Shear-flow spinning used to produce poly(vinyl alcohol)/ single-wall carbon nanotubes composite fibers with high nanotube loadings and a unique combination of high-performance properties.
Oxford Instruments developed an entry level laboratory spectrometer for the quantitative element analysis of metal samples. The new instrument is designed for stationary use as a benchtop unit.