Polymer scientists at the 2013 MRS Fall meeting in Boston brought another year of materials science research to a close with a bang.
Headlines from the last seven days of materials science industry news.
Michael R. Buchmeiser, Professor of Macromolecular Compounds and Fiber Chemistry at the University of Stuttgart, reviews the latest edition of this book.
A new method for creating a high degree of porosity within powder particles has been reported by US-based scientists.
The best articles of the Macromolecular Journals have been chosen for 2013.
Developments in understanding the mechanism and kinetics of dithiobenzoate-mediated RAFT polymerization from 2006 to 2013 are critically assessed.
Research team at Northwestern University show that chemical sensors capable of detecting toxic vapors can be drawn with a toy pencil on paper.
Spin crossover complex, carbon onions, quantum dots, and chalcogenide glasses – all these in our December’s physics highlights.
Initiator chemical vapour deposition (iCVD) is an elegant and versatile technique with applications ranging from biotechnology to microelectronics.
An overview of recent progress in the field of CO2-responsive polymers is given including a detailed discussion about challenging research aspects.
Conjugated Polymers are synthesized via site-selective direct-arylation polycondensation reaction.
An elegant approach to internally plasticized PVC, with the main goal of prevention plasticizer leaching.
Amorphous cobalt-based oxides show catalytic activity in the bulk of the film, not just at the interface with the electrolyte.