The latest two issues of Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics showcase some of the most exciting research from the labs of young leaders around the world.
Guest-edited by Laura Hartmann (Düsseldorf), Bin Liu (Singapore) and Bradley D. Olsen (MIT) the two issues Young Talents in Polymer Science – Part 1 and Part 2 – present you a collection of talented scientists in the first years of their independent academic positions. “These young scientists are people we think you will want to know about at the forefront of both the chemistry and physics of polymer science” write the guest-editors. “Selected globally from the Asia/Paciﬁc, Europe, and the Americas, they are deﬁning an extremely bright future for polymer science. They represent both the hottest new research areas and contributions to classical problems in our ﬁeld.”
Contributions to the issues are an exciting mixture of Talents and Full Papers that cover new recent developments in areas ranging from soft matter to polymer and materials sciences.
Find below selected articles available for free until December 31, 2016:
2D or not 2D-Layered Functional (C, N) Materials “Beyond Silicon and Graphene” by Michael J. Bojdys
An Emerging Unified View of Dynamic Interphases in Polymers by David S. Simmons
Recent Advances in Alkyne-Based Multicomponent Polymerizations by Rongrong Hu, Weizhang Li and Ben Zhong Tang
Zipping Polymers into Nanoparticles via Intrachain Alternating Radical Copolymerization by Christopher K. Lyon, Ellen O. Hill and Erik B. Berda
Design Strategies in Hydrothermal Polymerization of Polyimides by Bettina Baumgartner, Michael J. Bojdys, Philipp Skrinjar and Miriam M. Unterlass
Investigations in Fundamental and Applied Polymer Mechanochemistry by Michael B. Larsen and Andrew J. Boydston
Polymer Photocatalysts for Water Splitting: Insights from Computational Modeling by Pierre Guiglion, Cristina Butchosa and Martijn A. Zwijnenburg
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