A newly discovered class of fundamental bonding interactions is changing our understanding of chemistry.
Long-term and global datasets of Paleolithic archaeologists are relevant for present climate action, and new interdisciplinary alliances are needed to exploit them.
After nearly four years with us, we wish her well in the future.
A century on from his groundbreaking paper on polymerization, Advanced Science News takes a look at the life and work of Nobel Laureate, Hermann Staudinger.
The future will witness a gradual shift in which computational models will play a progressively larger role in identifying new materials for specific purposes.
Taking a look at the past, present, and future of combinatorial chemistry in materials research.
Research sheds new light on our hope of finding intelligent life across the galaxy.
Liquid metal batteries, in which both electrodes as well as the electrolyte are in liquid form, are a promising development in energy storage technologies.
UN: Falling clean energy costs can provide opportunity to boost climate action during COVID-19 recovery
If governments take advantage of the ever-falling price tag of renewables to put clean energy at the heart of COVID-19 economic recovery, they can take a big step towards a healthy world, which is the best insurance policy against global pandemics.
Using off-the-shelf components and simple fibre-based construction, a new smart glove captures the complex sensing and high-order reasoning of the human hand.
Two Swiss start-up companies have developed a process to generate aviation fuel from thin air in order to accelerate the industrialization of sustainable aviation fuels.
A new in vitro model of the body’s immune system better predicts its response to new therapeutics, potentially lowering the high costs and low success rates of drug discovery.