The 24th International Liquid Crystal Conference was held on August 19th–24th in Mainz, Germany.
A new method developed at the Vienna University of Technology can be used to grow biological tissue or to create micro sensors.
Professor Ozin looks back at the predictions for the field of nanochemistry he made 20 years ago; where has nanotechnology gone since?
The second part of the series Advances in Polymers for Stem Cell Research by guest editor Suwan N. Jayasinghe is now complete...
Aerographite continues to dominate the Advanced Materials top 40 as it goes into its record-breaking 3rd week at number 1.
Ministry of Knowledge and Economy award the Park NX10 a NanoKorea 2012 most innovative product prize.
Researchers develop a graphene metrology technique that paves the way for widespread industrial applications.
Researchers at Rutgers University have developed a method to generate an entire library of safe quantum dots quickly and efficiently.
Particle & Particle Systems Characterization is the new sister journal of Advanced Materials.
Rodney Ruoff and co-workers demonstrate the potential of graphene sponges as recyclable absorbents for cleaning up oil spills.