In 2014, scientists achieved the first ever soft landing on a comet, forever pushing the boundaries of space exploration.
Unraveling the mystery of viral evolution, scientists discover a similarity between hepatitis A and the Triatoma virus that infects blood-sucking kissing bugs.
Canadian researchers show how to find optimal trials for estimating reactivity ratios for a typical copolymerization reaction.
Review on graphene/polymer composites for energy applications scores more downloads than any other article so far this year.
Researchers from LPIM investigate how the droplet size affects the photopolymerizability of monomer miniemulsions.
New website from English PhD students aims to focus the power of the internet to find applications for scientific research.
The Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry highlights some important research in the latest issue.
Researcher from New York and Xiamen review the current status and future challenges of glucose-responsive materials for insulin delivery.
A breakthrough in our understanding of the properties of titania – the basis of self-cleaning window technology – has been made by scientists at UCL.
Rare-earth quasicrystals dicovered using an algorithm developed at the DOE’s Ames lab.
Controlled physical placement of quantum dots inside block copolymer microspheres determines the combined emission characteristics.
Developments in electrospinning core–shell nanofibres improve toughening and facilitate self-healing in nanofibre-reinforced polymer matrix composites.