Issue 25/2017 of Advanced Materials is a special issue featuring research carried out at RIKEN-Center for Emergent Matter Science (CEMS).
Musings on “solar fuels machines” for an efficient, scalable and cost-effective way to convert water and carbon dioxide into value added molecular energy carriers.
The 28th Annual Conference of the European Society for Biomaterials features recent highlights of biomedical materials research with a theme of “translational activities for exploiting research on biomaterials”
This week’s Advanced Healthcare Materials covers.
A new study reports for the first time that pre-sowing seed treatment with physical stressors induce not only changes in germination and plant growth but also substantial increase in amounts of biologically active constituents and antioxidant activity in leaves of medicinal plant.
A recent review by Donati, Sander and Link tries to answer this question.
This new Special Issue in Advanced Energy Materials highlights recent progress in all fields of solar-energy related research.
2D nanostructured materials as promising gas-sensing materials for advanced sensors.
Researchers developed a novel high dimensional cytomic assay, the Vascular Health Profile (VHP).
A special issue of Macromolecular Reaction Engineering presents recent progress in online monitoring and process control.
Researchers present an experimental set-up which generates plasma processed air to wash and dry off fresh and fresh-cut produce.
ISPT and its partners in the Power to Ammonia project have recently concluded a feasibility study into the storage of renewable energy in ammonia.