Acyclic diene metathesis or ‘ADMET’ is a special type of olefin metathesis used to polymerize terminal dienes to polyenes.
Over the past decade, melanin pigments and their subunits have attracted increasing interest as soft biocompatible functional materials with antioxidant properties for engineering high performance, low impact biocompatible optoelectronic devices, such as memory...
Polymer International presented the best poster prize awards to outstanding young polymer scientists.
A common goal for tissue engineering has been finding a way to regenerate and repair the inflamed tissues.
New research asks how to manipulate the features of polymeric semiconductors to improve OLEDs and other display applications.
Issue 11 of the journal Polymer International includes an In Focus section of the 6th International Conference on Polymer Behavior (ICPB6).
A recent special issue of Polymer International is dedicated to The Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences established in 1956.
The Executive Editorial Board of Polymer International and the IUPAC Polymer Division have announced the 5th award for creativity in applied polymer science or polymer technology.
Issue 5 of Polymer International is a special issue dedicated to the memory of François Schué, former Editor-In-Chief of the journal.
A recent special issue of Polymer International focuses on the progress of atom-transfer radical polymerization.