A new process can create large numbers of single-layer nanosheets quickly and efficiently, applicable to any suitable bulk material.
Shot peening enhances the surface characteristics of parts in aircraft engines. Researchers from Rolls-Royce and the University of Kassel tried to find...
Chemically reduced graphene oxide is a good substrate for high enzyme loads, with activities comparable with those found in solution.
Dr. Ming Qiu Zhang of Zhongshan University, author of “Self-Healing Polymers and Polymer Composites,” talks to MaterialsViews about self-healing and other scientific...
Can the application of an electric field reduce processing temperature and grain growth in ceramic sintering?
Whatever happened to curiosity-driven research aimed at the creation of fundamental knowledge without the need for immediate application?
Nitric oxide detectors made of two to four layers of MoS2 incorporated into a field-effect transistor outperform a single-layered device.
Fish aren’t just for eating; their scales could also act as an excellent protective material, say a group of researchers.
Former Air Products and Chemicals senior researcher Francis Waller discusses intellectual property for today's chemist.
Quan Li tells MaterialsViews about his work on semiconductors and liquid crystals.