A century on from his groundbreaking paper on polymerization, Advanced Science News takes a look at the life and work of Nobel Laureate, Hermann Staudinger.
Pressurized gyration is a simple and scalable fiber forming method, find out more about its maturation 5 years after its conception.
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In their recent review, Liu et.al. report the newest advances in polymer/graphene composite hydrogels.
A special issue of Macromolecular Materials and Engineering presents recent progress in electrospinning technologies and nanofiber utilization
Prof. Korley and co-workers explore the design principles used to develop environmentally-responsive materials that serve as release agents, sensors, switches, and actuators.
Researchers from South Korea and from Italy present recent progress in sensing principles.
Video: Opinions on the future of polymer science, exciting recent developments, and the impact of polymer science on and its’ contribution to society.
The group of Kit Parker at Harvard University has developed a new system that uses point-and-shoot manufacturing to rapidly produce aligned nanofibers.
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The properties and use of thermo-responsive hydrogels in bioprinting are discussed in a recent review by R. Suntornnond et. al.
A comprehensive overview on the state-of-the-art of waterborne polymer/graphene nanocomposites focusing on high performance coatings and adhesives is presented by R. Tomovska et. al.
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