Unraveling the mystery of viral evolution, scientists discover a similarity between hepatitis A and the Triatoma virus that infects blood-sucking kissing bugs.
Advanced Science News celebrates the life and work of radio and plant biology pioneer, J. C. Bose.
A new use for the revolutionary gene-splicing tool. This new “Electrochemical CRISPR” can quickly and accurately identify viral biomarkers for a range of diseases, including HPV and Parvovirus.
Anti-fouling zwitterionic coatings were successfully prepared by a surface Kabachnik-Fields reaction and subsequent deprotection of phosphonate groups.
Japanese researchers successfully control the higher-ordered structure of an electrostatic assembly prepared from oppositely charged polypeptides.
Researchers from Turkey developed a new photoinitiator: phenacyl ethyl carbazolium hexafluoroantimonate for free radical polymerization under UV light.
Functional star polymers of alkoxysilane containing monomers are produced via GTM and later crosslinked to produce hybrid gels in a one-pot synthesis.
The 35th APS took place on the Gold Coast, Queensland, from the 12th – 15th of July: three and a half days of talks from numerous areas of polymer science.
Precise synthesis of multi-armed and multi-component star-branched polymers was achieved using living anionic polymerization in a new iterative approach.
A new publication from Wissenschaft im Dialog describes the changes, opportunities and risks of science communication through social media.
H. Tobita reveals that division of the zones in multi-zone reactors makes a significant difference in chain microstructure.
A new paper introduces a new fabrication method for fullerene-free organic solar cells to help address their limitations and improve production efficiency.
Polymeric prodrug micelles for delivery of a dithiolethione drug have been designed and synthesized from amphiphilic diblock copolymers.