Investigating the impact of the physical environment on immune cell activation.
Recyclable, paper-based electronic circuits that reduce pollution and save on resources.
Dr. Ghim Wei Ho is a scientist who studies sustainable energy, discusses how she choose her research path, the future of the soft matter field, her hobbies, and who she admires the most.
French scientists have made light-sensitive memory devices by combining carbon nanotubes and silicon nanowires.
In this latest author commentary, Dr. Tsukasa Yoshida reveals the story behind his Feature Article in Advanced Functional Materials
So who owns nanochemistry? Should “all” the credit be given to chemistry pioneers of the past 20-30 years or were the foundations of nanochemistry already laid in the field of colloid chemistry, the origin of which can be traced to a century earlier?
A team in Japan have made stronger than ever metal-carbon nanotubes junctions by nanowelding multiwalled carbon nanotubes to the contact surface.
Nanotubes whose properties alternate with nanometer precision can be made by a simple electrochemical process, show German scientists.
The remarkable properties of graphene and Teflon have been combined in a new material by the winners of this year’s Nobel Prize for Physics.
Progress towards multifunctional biomedical applications for silica-based nanoparticles is described by Prof. Taeghwan Hyeon
Professor Geoffrey Ozin gives us his thoughts on nanochemistry and photonic metamaterials.
Welcome to one of our guest columns, where active researchers can share their views on topics relevant to materials science. Professor Geoffrey Ozin from the University of Toronto tells us what he thinks about nanoscale silicon and its future. One thing that has...
We speak to Andrey Rogach, nanocrystal expert and Professor at the Physics and Materials Science Department, City University of Hong Kong.