The use of bio-based materials in place of oil-based materials could lead to a more sustainable future for a range of industries.
The decortication of shrimp in Northern Morocco results in high amounts of wasted chitin that can otherwise be transformed into highly valuable...
On 8-10 August 2019, Texas A&M University will welcome polymer scientists from the USA and abroad for an engaging two and a...
Macromolecular Reaction Engineering presents recent progress in innovative processes and enabling technologies, guest edited by John Tsavalas and Kim McAuley
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Young scientists recognized for their work in polymer science.
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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.