Mediated Matter Group in collaboration with MIT have introduced a novel optically transparent glass printing process.
First-principles calculations reveal a flat energy landscape between the coexisting polymorphs in strained BiFeO3 thin films, which may lead to enhanced piezoelectric response.
Next generation of Airbus’ wings intend to make aircraft faster, more efficient and quieter.
The 35th APS took place on the Gold Coast, Queensland, from the 12th – 15th of July: three and a half days of talks from numerous areas of polymer science.
This special issue is concerned with the numerical modeling of metal sheet forming.
The same roll-to-roll printing methodologies can be explored for printing of electrochromics, transistor logic and solar cell power units.
Edges of nanomaterials show special and exciting properties and are important for the performance of catalysts or for materials such as graphene.
This year, already a lot of excellent young scientists have received Macro Awards for their outstanding research in different fields of polymer science.
Articles from the German Research Foundation Research Training Group “Stable and Metastable Multi-Phase Systems for Elevated Service Temperatures” are presented.
Researchers from Case Western Reserve University present an efficient non-viral gene delivery system for safe gene therapy to treat genetic eye disorders.
Researchers present a new concept for solution-processed low-dimensional metal oxide quasi-superlattice-based transistors with dramatically enhanced electron mobilities.
Precise synthesis of multi-armed and multi-component star-branched polymers was achieved using living anionic polymerization in a new iterative approach.