An e-tattoo measures cardiac health in two ways and can be monitored on a smartphone.
A generalized methodology has been established to guide the design of future soft robotics using intelligent liquids.
A new EU project explores innovative technologies and concepts for recovering ultrafine particles of raw materials.
Canada invests in technologies that can help realize its economic and environmental goals, while providing low carbon fuels to consumers.
Trident uses a retention measurement system to reduce variability in paper quality.
A new nanofluid coating provides an opportunity to reduce energy waste in the next generation of smart windows.
Large-scale re-forestation can be a very effective means to decarbonize the future.
The ability to collocate multiple functionalities will create new opportunities for the fabrication of “smart” soft robotic systems.
The current issue of Advanced Engineering Materials presents highlights from the fields of Cellular Materials and Materials for Transport Applications, respectively.
This Special Section of Advanced Engineering Materials has been dedicated to Peter Greil on occasion of this 65th birthday.