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.
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 water which could be used in case of oil spills.
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.
The pioneer of silk-based materials, David Kaplan has been working tirelessly to give us a deeper understanding of this fascinating material.
A perenial source of controversy.
Colleagues and friends dedicate to Professor Hatsuo Ishida a special issue and a special section in Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics.
Alessia Battigelli reviews organic materials formed by the self-assembly of peptoids in Biopolymers