Researchers in Japan have developed a novel high performance microcapacitor with excellent energy and power densities, for on-chip and MEMS applications.
Mimicking the ultra-efficient organic human brain using inorganic structures is brought a step closer to reality with metal-sulphide microfibers.
Research into solar cell materials has shown that stibnite synthesis is fast and cheap, and can be easily scaled up, critical for industrial applications.
At the UTECH Europe 2015 in April, BASF has shown a broad range of new polyurethane systems.
Check out the articles highlighted on the covers of the latest issue of Advanced Optical Materials.
Diverse advanced logic circuits are fabricated to implement arithmetic functions based on a simple and single molecular beacon platform.
New research solves two major problems in strechable electronics: poor adhesion and troublesome photopatterning.
Researchers from the Netherlands present a timely overview on self-assembled fluorene or perylene based chromophores focussing on biological applications.
New work is the first to describe the dynamic fluid-soft material interactions for both lift and drag of inflatable actuators embedded in stiff structures.
Interfacial miniemulsion polymerization is a facile route for the synthesis of nanoparticles for applications ranging from therapeutics to coatings.
Poly(phosphate): An excellent review about the polymer’s physiological function, its biochemistry and its role during bone mineralization.
Solvay expands their portfolio of materials solutions targeting the manufacture of commercial food service equipment