Macromolecular Reaction Engineering presents recent progress in innovative processes and enabling technologies, guest edited by John Tsavalas and Kim McAuley
Seawater‐assisted, self‐healing, metal–catechol polyurethanes show promise in marine environments.
Young scientists recognized for their work in polymer science.
How what you wear to bed could one day improve your night's sleep.
Is electronic communication taking up too much of our time?
A team of Argentinian researchers developed a superhydrophobic and oleophilic carbonaceous nanosponge (CN) with high adsorption capacity for selective oil removal from...
Thomas P. Russell shares the highlights of his career, current research focus, and his thoughts on the future of materials science.
Researchers study chickpea flour as a potential building block for biodegradable (and edible) packaging materials.
A simple, quick and versatile approach for fabricating gradient tissues through the physical force of buoyancy.
Desalination technology by ferrocyanide ion-immobilized polysilsesquioxane films.