The 4th volume of Advanced Science is launched with issue 1.
Japanese researchers have developed a way to engineer glycan complexes in a way that allows the molecules to be transported preferentially to specific organs of the body.
Only seldom are square/rectangular shapes found in nature. One notable exception is the bird feather shaft -why?
Reaearchers from Texas A&M demonstrate a process to apply a super gas barrier to plastic packaging films using only polymers in a water-based solution
Glass-glass fluidic devices for large-area integration with adaptive façades and smart windows
A special issue in Macromolecular Rapid Communications presents selected highlights in the exciting field of ionic liquid-based polymers.
Only 18 months after its launch Advanced Science received the first 1-year impact factor of 6.
Researchers from Germany introduce acid-triggered precipitation which facilitates the removal of surfactant fragments from nanoparticles simplifying the purification and enabling nanoparticle precipitation “on demand.”
Swiss researchers present a postmodification protocol of a polymer that allows the creation of a variety of surfaces for different applications.
The editors of the Macromolecular Journals have nominated the top papers of 2015!