Researchers have demonstrated that a simple SVA treatment can effectively inscribe secondary nanostructures onto PCL and PCL-based composite fibers.
A team from MIT explores the dynamics and operation of a hypothetical insulin sensor using a model for glucose, insulin and glucagon circulating in the body.
The materials physics impact factors for 2014 have just been released.
The latest materials science impact factors have been announced.
A new technique is developed for studying lithium-sulfur batteries in operation: UV/Vis spectroscopy in operando mode.
New material combination could lead to a more efficient approach to computer memory and logic.
Researchers show that ionic and electronic conduction occur simultaneously in self-assembled peptide nanostructures.
A membrane that can lift 20 times its own weight when it comes into contact with a solvent vapour has been developed by a German/Chinese team.
European researchers have developed a multi-displinary approach to designing organic crystals with targeted linear and nonlinear optical properties.
A team at the University of Central Florida has developed an alternative route for functionalizing polymers using water-based chemistry.
Researchers have observed drastic shifts in the photoluminescence emission spectra of quantum dots.
Nair and colleagues demonstrate that a tumor vaccine can be formulated by loading RNA into whole blood cells directly after blood draw.