Synthesis of multi-purpose double network hydrogels via one-shot radical polymerization.
Developing better protective equipment requires new materials that better disperse energy.
Researchers at KIT in Germany demonstrate reverse surface wettability by salinization.
A new route to synthesize plastics not only moves away from fossil fuels but enhances the likelihood of recycling.
Researchers solve some of the drawbacks related to DNA-based information storage by using synthetic macromolecules as an alternative for data encoding.
Replacing highly toxic phosgene with diphenyl carbonate in polypeptide synthesis.
Programmable smart materials, which can be reversibly controlled through magnetically-induced heating and actuation.
Engineers create a robotic platform to automate the production of new, functional polymers for advanced materials.
Announcing the winner of the 7th Polymer International-IUPAC Award.
Hybrid systems of hydrogels and metals with tough bonding may find widespread application in smart materials and device interfaces.