Dr Vitaliy Khutoryanskiy of the University of Reading looks back on the career to date of his friend and mentor Prof. Grigoriy A. Mun.
Professor Bengt Fadeel of Stockholm’s Karolinska Institutet reviews Nanomaterials for Medical Applications by Zoraida Aguilar.
Spatiotemporally resolved diffuse reflectance in situ spectroscopy (STR-DRiSP) reveals the kinetics of biomass pyrolysis.
In a Review Article in the Advanced Materials 25th anniversary series, Nobel Laureate Alan J. Heeger discusses BHJ solar cell operation and how efficiencies can top 20%.
A research team have coated biomaterial surfaces with a naturally expressed molecule that inhibit the inflammatory activation of immune cells.
The combination of a plasmonic color filter and a terahertz metamaterial absorber exhibits unique resonant phenomena over several decades of wavelengths.
A themed issue, guest-edited by Jean-François Lutz, Brent Sumerlin, and Krzysztof Matyjaszewski highlights new developments in macromolecular engineering.
Guest writer Professor Geoff Ozin tells us about the inaugural ArtNano show which will be held at The Armory Show, Pier 94, New York, on March 6-9th.
Researchers combine computational and experimental methods to study novel (SiTe)2(Sb2Te3)n superlattice structures.
Zinc oxide, nanostructures, and magnetic doping – all these in our January’s physics highlights.
Due to their unique properties these fascinating materials are predicted to possess a complete photonic bandgap without any long-range order.
The first issue of Advanced Materials Interfaces has been published.
Latent catalysts allow for controlling the onset of polymerization exactly where and when needed.