This year’s Journal of Polymer Science Innovation Award was presented to Patricia Dankers at the 2019 Fall ACS meeting in San Diego, CA.
Researchers seek a more effective way to culture human embryonic stem cells.
Deadline extended to the 24th January: The Journal of Polymer Science Part A and Part B is proud to announce the call for nominations for the eighth year of its international award.
Polymers, specifically the biopolymer hyaluronic acid, could provide a better alternative to surgical sutures and staples for wound closure and healing.
Researchers focus on improving the existing molecular scaffolding that is used for bone regeneration.
Researchers seek more eco-friendly sources for plastics. The newest choice? Cornstarch.
Researchers synthesized a novel copolymer to improve the efficacy of orally-administered drugs.
The Journal of Polymer Science Innovation Award is now in its seventh year, and we are delighted to honor Rachel O’Reilly.
Tannin, an organic substance present in some seeds, barks, and other plant tissues, could hold the key to more sustainable and eco-friendly plastics manufacturing.
Polymers could provide the basis for alternative wound closure options that are more effective and less painful than the traditional sutures or staples.
Drug eluting elastomers could potentially control tumor growth using long-term targeted release of tumor fighting drugs.
Three exceptional young polymer scientists were awarded the 2018 Journal of Polymer Science poster prize for the Division of Polymer Physics (DPOLY) at the March American Physical Society (APS) meeting. Some polymer gels are capable of extremely large extensions....