The authors review the application of the principles of green chemistry to polymer production technology.
Headlines from the last seven days of materials science industry news.
An overview of recent progress in the field of CO2-responsive polymers is given including a detailed discussion about challenging research aspects.
ThyssenKrupp initiates project to convert process gases from steel production into base chemicals.
1.8mm wind turbines could be used to power cellphones, microelectronics, and have attracted the interested of WindMEMS.
EU research project NanoHouse ends - suggests nanoparticles in the paint used on building façades do not represent a particular health risk.
Purdue University researchers show potential benefits of pinewood char as synthetic fuel source.
Experiments at NIST aim to answer questions about environment and health risks of aging plastics.
Professor Nazario Martín, University Complutense of Madrid and IMDEA-Nanoscience, reviews the second edition of this book, edited by Javier García-Martínez.
Researchers report the fabrication of well adhered mixed nanocrystalline anatase-rutile TiO2 coatings on grains of quartz, rutile and zircon sands.