Professor Geoffrey Ozin reviews some significant results in nanochemistry from 2011.
A tale of holography, spun from the Bombyx mori silkworm.
Korean scientists present a new interlocking material based on the mechanism beetles use to lock away their wings.
The “Materials Science and Engineering – MSE2012-Congress” will open its gates in Darmstadt, Germany from September 25-27.
Using plasmonic hotspots, gold nanostructures can be melted and made to produce the smallest nanojets ever observed.
Electronic correlations strongly influence the properties of matter and thus are an ideal playground for physicists to explore fundamental aspects of solid...
Researchers show that they can perform nanoscale thermal analysis on stiff materials like epoxies and filled composites.
It’s a fascinating time for polymer science in fields as diverse as energy generation, biomedical applications, and nanotechnology.
A new rare-earth-ion-doped optical amplifier has performance comparable to semiconductor amplifiers.
Researchers at the University of Michigan have developed a new system that uses dye-loaded nanoparticles to tag brain tumors for removal.