Researchers in Germany exploit enzymes to break down and recycle the most widely-used plastic for packaging.
Biodegradable plastic made from Jellyfish.
Designing a low-cost human-machine interface with specific function and desirable performance characteristics.
Understanding and improving biological adhesion processes.
Plastic polymers may replace metal as lightweight, flexible heat conductors in cars, refrigerators, and electronic devices.
The use of bio-based materials in place of oil-based materials could lead to a more sustainable future for a range of industries.
The decortication of shrimp in Northern Morocco results in high amounts of wasted chitin that can otherwise be transformed into highly valuable...
Prof. Hongli Zhu received her Ph.D. in wood chemistry from the South China University of Technology-Western Michigan University Alliance in 2009, after...
Sono Motors hits the 10,000 mark for preorders of the first series production solar electric vehicle (SEV) Sion.
Seawater‐assisted, self‐healing, metal–catechol polyurethanes show promise in marine environments.