Assembling nanoparticles into macroscale structures could provide new, durable materials for a range of fields and applications.
A new technique opens up new possibilities in membrane fabrication.
Researchers use hot water and pressure to circumvent the need to use toxic chemicals in the production of organic plastics.
Novel graphene‐reinforced elastomeric isolators are a viable, low‐cost alternative to reinforce buildings against earthquake damage.
The combination of ionic liquids with polymers allows the development of smart materials with superior properties and tailored functionalities for several areas of application.
Researchers report a fast and efficient titanium alloy processing technique that requires up to 50% less heat.
A new route to synthesize plastics not only moves away from fossil fuels but enhances the likelihood of recycling.
Researchers fabricate a highly selective ZIF‐8 gas separation membrane.
Today’s green chemistry technologies open the route to a broader and richer economy for lemons, well beyond the fresh fruit and fruit juice markets.
Researchers create new “superglue” with two simple ingredients: plant-based cellulose nanocrystals and water.