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.
Polymerization‐induced self‐assembly (PISA) has become increasingly popular over the last decade. Macromolecular Rapid Communications has dedicated a special issue to this exciting field.
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Wishing professor Gorge R. Newkome a happy birthday.
Advanced polymers can address the need for improved insulation materials and potentially lower carbon dioxide emissions.
PISA allows for the complete synthesis of chemical systems without using biochemistry.
Cyclodextrin-based polymers (CCPs) hold therapeutic potential for Niemann–Pick type C (NPC) disease.
Macromolecular Rapid Communications highlights the work of young outstanding scientists in polymer science.
Polymeric Photoacids allow the localized production of protons while the polymerization is straight forward and avoids the use of protecting groups and extra steps in the synthesis.
Each year, the editors of Wiley’s Macromolecular Journals select the best content published in the journals to be featured in a special collection, the Best of Macromolecular Journals.
A photoinduced redox reaction is used to cause the contraction of an artificial hydrogel muscle, leading to macroscale actuation and measurable work.