A look beyond predefined risk assessments, an explicit focus on value- and place-based priorities and decision making processes to access the impact on vulnerable communities at the center of analysis, to identify where, how, and when to target concrete efforts for risk reduction and prevent intolerable losses due to climate change.
The use renewable resources to prepare thermosetting polymer films with tunable mechanical properties is demonstrated in a new paper. These exciting results highlight the possibility of combining two structurally different renewable materials to prepare cross-linked networks with varying and tunable mechanical properties.
Interactions of nanoparticles with their surroundings, both in vitro and in vivo, are different simply because the environments are different. As such, the first insight towards answering complex questions associated with in vitro-in vivo translation are provided.
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A recent Review takes an in-depth look at the current status and future prospects of supercritical transesterification.
Metal-coordination polymers are fabricated via reversible addition-fragmentation chain-transfer (RAFT) polymerization in a direct fashion.
In Advanced Materials, researchers report for the first time the application of graphitic carbon nitride derivatives for cryopreservation of biological systems.
Image-based computational fluid dynamics (CFD) predicts airflow in the lungs, providing more sensitive biomarkers of how well your lungs are working.
The 31st Annual Symposium of the Protein Society will take place in Montreal, Canada. To commemorate this spectacular event and to celebrate our Canadian authors, a Virtual Issue in Protein Science is presented featuring the best of recent Canadian published papers.
Stable composites with high specific capacitance using a simple in situ anodic polymerization technique are synthesized.
The synthesis of fluorinated copolymers via organometallic mediated radical polymerization is reported in a new Communication published in Macromolecular Rapid Communications.
Researchers from South Korea report a dynamic self-assembly technology to fabricate repeating structures from magnetic particles.
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This month’s top Advanced Healthcare Materials papers.