A calculation method based on a natural phenomenon helps to optimize lightweight laminates.
Colleagues and friends congratulate Yusuf Yagci on his 65th birthday in a Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics special issue. Read selected articles for free for a limited time.
980DP steel was studied using a new Thermal Desorption Spectroscopy apparatus to measure the hydrogen concentration in the DP steel, to evaluate the equivalent hydrogen fugacity, and to identify the trap activation energy and the associated hydrogen traps.
STORMing towards a better understanding of protein corona formation on nanoparticles (NPs), to enable better design of NPs for biomedical applications.
A caterpillar prepares for its legendary transformation from a pupa into a colorful butterfly. Through this metamorphosis, a bag of developmental genetic tricks lays down bright color patterns that help the butterfly attract its mates and warn or fool its predators.
Performance enhancement in individual field effect transistors (FETs) fabricated using artificially stacked graphene double-layers (bilayers).
This week’s Advanced Healthcare Materials cover manuscripts.
The recent progress made in inkjet printed organic transistors for plastic electronics applications is reviewed.
Legume development to improve the security and quality of food and feed.
Parameters that affect the biological performance of particles and highlight strategies for improved targeting ability of particles.
The project CO2MIN will explore the absorption of CO2 from flue gas by the minerals olivine and basalt.
A plasma treating system for EPDM-rubber profiles.
Electrochemical permeation experiments are used to investigate hydrogen diffusivity and trapping characteristics in different grades of MS-AHSS steel.