Rechargeable calcium batteries have the prospect of high-energy and low-cost.
Giving life to rechargeable Cu-Zn ion batteries after two centuries
The Journal of Polymer Science is proud to announce the call for nominations for the ninth year of its international award. The Journal of Polymer Science Innovation Award recognizes significant research innovation and achievement in a polymer scientist under 40. The...
Astronomers report the results of a decade-long observational study of the gamma-ray loud binary, HESS J0632+057.
Professor Elazar Gutmanas October 1939 - October 2019 On 26 October 2019, the materials research community was shaken by the sad news that Emeritus Professor Elazar Gutmanas succumbed to severe injuries inflicted by a tragic accident during an experiment he was...
A new machine learning algorithm that can predict battery performance and failure beyond the expert level.
Peter Brewitt and Chelsea Colwyn discuss the legal and policy issues of non-jurisdictional dams
Polyurethane is a widely used polymer that is toxic when incinerated or landfilled. Now researchers are trying to find a way to chemically recycle the material.
The 2019 Biopolymers Murray Goodman Memorial Prize winner is Eric T. Kool.
Researchers demonstrate the use of aerial drone photography, hydraulic modeling, and simulated rock blasting, to evaluate velocity barriers that prevent steelhead migrations.
In honor of Advanced Science’s 5th Anniversary, Professor Geoffrey Ozin opens up about his 50 years in materials chemistry, his love of art and communicating science, as well as future research directions.
A new study reports liquid-phase exfoliation of graphene, boron nitride, and tungsten disulphide nanosheets using Irish whiskey.
A new solution for large-scale energy storage through the hydraulic lifting of large rocks.