A custom-built programmable 3D printer can create materials with some properties of living tissues, Oxford University scientists have demonstrated.
Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a way to melt or “weld” specific portions of polymers by embedding aligned nanoparticles within the materials.
Adhesion Society meeting sticks together the fundamentals and applications of adhesive science.
Perforene material is a molecular filtration solution designed to meet the growing global demand for potable water.
A new route to fabricate graphene-wrapped nanoparticles of controlled morphology has been reported.
Researchers have developed an innovative process for adding broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity to biomimetically-synthesized bio-inorganic composites.
Work effectively overcomes “valley of death” problem in nanocomposite design.
Stronger, lightweight magnesium alloys have potential structural applications in the automobile and aerospace industries.
Harvard University, MIT, and UMass Amherst to cooperate with company on “North American Center for Research on Advanced Materials”.
College will be the sole North American distributor of the Global Standards for Plastics Certification.