Advanced Engineering Materials celebrates 20 years of publication, an increased Impact Factor of 2.906 and more.
To move technology from the bench to the real-world, there must be a balance between functionality and scalability.
Tecnalia’s DEMAT project has been selected as one of the best manufacturing projects of the year at Industrial Technologies 2012 in Aarhus, Denmark.
An exceptionally flexible prototype cable-type battery can be used in a variety of shapes towards portable, wearable, and flexible electronics.
A new form of dental adhesives, containing bisphosphonate and bisphosponic acid, improves the ability to etch enamel and increases stability in water.
BASF is investing in the construction of a production plant for specialty zeolites, significantly increasing production capacity for specialty zeolites.
North Carolina State University enters into agreement with Eastman Chemical Company to conduct joint cutting-edge research in materials science.
Thermally conductive thermoplastics have attracted attention as heat dissipative materials for a vast number of electronic devices. S. Yoshihara and coworkers (Kaneka Corporation, Japan) now report that thermoplastics exhibit high thermal conductivity by lamellar crystal alignment.
Five-year cooperation to develop polymers to control soil wettability, water availability and nutrient delivery.
A new method developed at the Vienna University of Technology can be used to grow biological tissue or to create micro sensors.
Researchers develop a graphene metrology technique that paves the way for widespread industrial applications.
From materials to processing, the Journal of Applied Polymer Science showcases select research from the Asia-Pacific region.