GF Automotive gets the Lightweight Award for their magnesium high-pressure die-casting oil conduct module.
Professor J. M. Brader of the University of Freiburg reviews Colloidal Suspension Rheology from Cambridge University Press.
Xuesi Chen and co-workers from the Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry explore the potential of combining chemotherapy with antiangiogenic therapy.
Liquid templates produced by standing (Faraday) waves are used to assemble various soft, rigid, and biological materials in intricate patterns.
This themed issue of Advanced Engineering Materials focusses on novel processing of advanced ceramics, composites, and coatings.
This themed issue of Steel Research International is dedicated to multiscale modelling methods as a new design tool for processes and materials.
A method has been developed to produce crystalline fine-grained composites of basis tungsten carbide metal starting from amorphous sol-gel masses.
Intensely coloured low-cost films made from cellulose could be used in place of toxic dyes, or to detect counterfeit materials.
J.-M. Kim and co-workers from Hanyang University have developed a sensor film that enables colorimetric differentiation among SAHCs.
Professor Ozin addresses a fundamental concern in the field of photocatalysis.
A team from Stanford University has investigated the effects of graphite oxide nanoparticles on mouse embryonic stem cells.
New copolymers combine linear and dendritic structures in the same macromolecule: both blocks can be exploited to achieve excellent functionalities.