Hot-glue guns are normally associated with arts-and-crafts, home decorations, and toys. Now, Israeli scientists have developed a hot-glue gun to adhere human...
A novel bone–ligament–bone scaffold mimics the architecture of the native tissue, paving the way to repairing previously incurable injuries.
3D mesh device prototype for ankle braces and other medical supports.
Japanese researchers studied how to increase the water contact angle of a PET surface.
Macromolecular Rapid Communications highlights the latest advances on functional polymers.
The Journal of Polymer Science Innovation Award is now in its eighth year, and we are delighted to honor Patricia Dankers.
Improving food storage with biodegradable polymers that can prevent food products from rapidly spoiling and help the growing difficulty of waste build...
Plastic polymers may replace metal as lightweight, flexible heat conductors in cars, refrigerators, and electronic devices.
Researchers have developed a gas-phase deposition process to obtain either superhydrophobic or superamphiphilic nanocomposite coatings on filtration membranes.
The use of bio-based materials in place of oil-based materials could lead to a more sustainable future for a range of industries.