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.
Stretchable extracellular matrix patch enhances stem cell delivery for post‐myocardial infarction repair.
Nominations open for the Biopolymers Murray Goodman Memorial Prize
International Conference on the “Transformation of Material Research by Digital Technologies”.
To move technology from the bench to the real-world, there must be a balance between functionality and scalability.
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 tissues.
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.