Thuc-Quyen Nguyen on her research, inspiration, and advice to young scientists.
The combination of high-capacity reusable adsorbents and high-surface-area polyethylene fibers creates a material that can rapidly, selectively and economically extract valuable and precious dissolved metals from water.
This week’s top three are all newcomers to the Advanced Energy Materials Top 40 table.
The Dutch company TorrCoal produces high-quality coal from biomass via a thermal process. An ICM impact classifier mill from Neuman and Esser pulverizes the biochar.
René Janssen, Paul Blom, Jan Hummelen and collaborators top the inaugural Advanced Energy Materials Top 40.
Assistant editor sought for Energy Technology and ChemSusChem.
Researchers at Florida International University develope micro-supercapacitors with exceptional high performance and frequency response.
A researcher has argued that fuel cells are inefficient because they’re using the wrong catalyst material.
This week on MaterialsViews – the top articles you might have missed.
Aerographite takes the lightest material crown, for now: density of a few hundred micrograms per cubic centimeter
A German materials science lab have reported the fabrication of a new material that breaks the record for lightest solid.
Sun and Ruoff go straight in at number one this week, with their new method for casting graphene structures.