Understanding and improving biological adhesion processes.
A photosensitive hydrogel has shown promise in healing spinal cord injuries.
IBM Fellow to receive the Material Research Society’s highest honor.
Functionalized polystyrene nanoparticles are analyzed for their interaction with human monocyte-derived dendritic cells.
The new journal, Energy Technology, is accepting manuscripts on applied energy research in all areas of energy generation, conversion, storage, and distribution.
A phosphorescent iridium(III) complex-functionalized poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) is a promising probe for bioimaging applications.
Researchers have obtained new insights into the atomistic and electronic structure of the oxygen vacancy in SrTiO3 through first-principles calculations.
Korean researchers demonstrate a new, polymer-based method to fabricate electronic stickers to be used on unconventional surfaces such as clothing or skin.
The mechanical holdfast of mussels, the byssus, is used as inspiration in the development of pH-repsonsive mechanical properties in hydrogels.
Hyperbranched polymers help nanoparticles migrate to the surface of composite materials to improve their antimicrobial properties.
Researchers in China have developed a method for synthesizing large graphene grains, for application in advanced electronics.
German scientists have found evidence for granular room-temperature superconductivity in water-treated graphite powder.