To move technology from the bench to the real-world, there must be a balance between functionality and scalability.
Towards full-control of microstructures in additive manufacturing.
Researchers show that solid polymer electrolytes can be used as the gating insulator for printed electronics, contrary to accepted thinking.
Switchable hydrogels simplify water purification through tunable catalysis.
BASF, through its global Catalysts division, is investing to further expand and modernize its emissions catalysts production facility in Nienburg, Lower Saxony.
New work looks at recent progress in STM and DFT studies on the electronic structure of reduced rutile titanium dioxide.
A researcher has argued that fuel cells are inefficient because they’re using the wrong catalyst material.
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Simply better – Surface-initiated group transfer polymerization allows fast and efficient preparation of thick and uniform polymer brushes.
The world’s strongest industrial adhesive comes from 3M. The diversified technology company has teamed up with the RWTH Aachen University to set a new Guinness world record in bonding in June, 2012.
New inspection system from GE brings high speed 3D Computed Tomography (CT) directly to the production line for the inspection of castings.
Swedish researchers hope to make silicon nanoelectronics more accessible with new 3D printing technique.