A growing bioeconomy requires increasing amounts of biomass from residues, wastes, and industrial crops for bio‐based products and energy.
With a lack of motivation and determination, can this switch to online learning be beneficial for students? Three perspectives provide insight into learning during a pandemic.
Jan Coenen is one of the leading scientists when it comes to materials in fusion reactors. We caught up with him to pick his brain about the viability of fusion reactors and his research in the area.
A team of researchers from the Universities of Surrey and Sussex develop mechanochromic and thermochromic sensors based on graphene infused polymer opals.
Using magnetic connectors, researchers create “plug-and-play” mobile health monitoring devices that can be catered to an individual’s need.
Researchers use “a guiding light” to direct the 3D growth of nerve tissue with a high degree of precision.
Researchers in China find innovative tool making from early humans at a time of climatic upheaval.
Using an implanted device to build up muscle mass on board the ISS.
Advanced Science News takes a look at some of the prettiest pictures researchers published in April 2020.
Imagine how these two planes – the world of machines and the world of human systems – will work synergistically to realize the potential of new materials and the systems into which they will be integrated.
This edition of Pioneers in Science celebrates physicist Wilhelm Röntgen, winner of the 1901 Nobel Prize in Physics for his discovery of “a new kind of ray”.
Researchers use hot water and pressure to circumvent the need to use toxic chemicals in the production of organic plastics.
Desalinating water to meet the world’s growing water demands may be feasible using solar energy.