Researchers at KIT in Germany demonstrate reverse surface wettability by salinization.
Inspired by the water collecting abilities of the cactus, researchers create a biomimetic water collection system through 3D printing.
A new fabrication technique for aerospace components uses a carbon nanotube film to produce large composites without the need for large ovens or autoclaves.
Appliction of an AC current results in a self-sustaining oscillating polymer surface.
Reseachers from the Italian Institute of Tecnhnology present their superhydrophobic coating from beeswax.
Reseachers from ICMAB present their aqueous electrolyte-gated organic transistors.
Professor Maria Antonietta Loi can be described best as an experimental solid-state physicist with a great love for photophysics and optoelectronics. In short, she just loves light! Born in Sardinia, Maria studied physics and finished her Ph.D. in Cagliari in 2001....
Reseachers from KAUST present their flexible and biofouling independent salinity sensors.
Understanding and improving biological adhesion processes.
Hong Zhao talks about her research, inspirations, and the sense of responsibilty that drives her pursuit of excellence.
Titanium dioxide nanostructures and bio-inspired intelligent surfaces with special wettability: meet Prof. Yuekun Lai.
Happy 5th birthday to Advanced Materials Interfaces!
Top researchers analyse the latest advances in the interfacial engineering of perovskite solar cells, toward improved performance and device stability.