In our Macromolecular Journals Writing Competition we asked PhD students and Post-Docs to send us a short news piece on papers from the Macromolecular Journals family highlighting exceptional research. Here we present the winner.
The editors of the Macromolecular Journals have nominated the top papers of 2015!
In their recent Feature Article, Vienna researchers investigate the determination of critical adsorption points
This year, already a lot of excellent young scientists have received Macro Awards for their outstanding research in different fields of polymer science.
K. Kremer and co-workers present an improved methodology to prepare well-equilibrated polymer melts requiring only local relaxation.
Researchers have developed a model for predicting the molecular weight distributions of star polymers undergoing mechanochemical degradation.
Saldívar-Guerra, Hutchinson, and Matyjaszewski investigate the mechanisms governing the properties of polymeric materials and their application performance.
Macromolecular Theory and Simulations has published a special issue on the modeling and simulation of complex polymerization reactions.
A computational study of continuous activator regeneration atom transfer radical polymerization is discussed.
Canadian researchers show how to find optimal trials for estimating reactivity ratios for a typical copolymerization reaction.