Can plasma offer a solution for decontamination of food or water which includes the presence of proteins?
Seawater‐assisted, self‐healing, metal–catechol polyurethanes show promise in marine environments.
Molecular dynamics methods are wedded to tight-binding density functional theory to produce FIREBALL: a powerful computer code which allows for efficient, predictive simulations of the dynamics of mesoscale systems.
Professor Maurizio Prato reviews the new book, Functional Supramolecular Architectures: for Organic Electronics and Nanotechnology.
A nanoparticle-based nerve agent detector is developed by researchers in Korea
Paolo Samori talks about his recent book Functional Supramolecular Architectures and gives his “insider advice” for scientists.
Franco Cacialli talks to MaterialsViews about his research on supramolecular architectures, his recent book, and his coolest discovery.
Following on from his selection as the recipient of the 2011 RSC Barrer Award, Professor Geoffrey Ozin has been awarded the 2011 Albert Einstein World Award of Science.
Researchers at the University of Basel have identified a peroxidase enzyme from the roots of the common horseradish plant which acts as a novel catalyst in atom transfer radical polymerization (ATRP).
Two research teams synthesize highly ordered carbonaceous structures, such as graphene, using unusual but everyday raw materials, and even waste.
The development of materials with magnetically adjustable properties has been presented by a German research team from the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht (HZG) Centre for Biomaterial Development in Teltow.
Researchers demonstrate electrochemical actuation using graphene-based paper.