- Study digs deep into Li-ion particle properties April 29, 2013
A Japanese research team from the National Institute for Materials Science and Tokyo Metropolitan University has demonstrated the importance of electrode design in terms of energy density.
- Nanoscale Pressure Sensors Mimic Human Skin April 25, 2013
Nano skin: Georgia Tech researcher Wenzhuo Wu holds an array of transistors capable of converting mechanical motion directly into electronic signals.
- Energy-Storing Nanomaterial Made From Hemp May 15, 2013
- Electronics: Researchers turn agricultural waste into a carbon nanomaterial for high-power supercapacitors
- Elsevier and Hanser Announce Plastics Engineering E-Book Collection May 22, 2013
Elsevier , a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, and Hanser Publishers , the premier publisher of plastics technology and applied materials titles, today announced the companies will offer plastics researchers and engineers a new plastics e-book collection on ScienceDirect .
- Hydrogels And Aerogels From Melons April 21, 2013
- Chemists transform watermelon, promising carbonaceous materials
- Bioabsorbable Stents Made From Zinc May 3, 2013
In 2012, more than 3 million people had stents inserted in their coronary arteries.
- US Demand for Specialty Films Expected to Grow to $8.0 Billion in 2017 May 24, 2013
- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: US Specialty Films Market US demand to rise 5.1% annually through 2017 US demand for specialty films...
- New Range of GPC/SEC Detectors by Malvern Instruments May 24, 2013
- New pages on the Malvern Instruments website provide information that enables scientists to make informed choices about detector configurations for their specific GPC/SEC applications. ...
- Nanosuit Protects Living Bugs In Vacuum April 21, 2013
- Organisms such as fruit fly larvae survive for at least an hour under vacuum when shielded by a flexible polymer membrane
- Manufacturing Processes Contribute to More Than Two-Thirds of a Running Shoe’s Carbon Impact May 24, 2013
- A typical pair of running shoes generates 30 pounds of carbon dioxide emissions, equivalent to keeping a 100-watt light bulb on for one week, according to a new MIT-led lifecycle assessment. But...
- Exposition Highlights April 14, 2013
- C&EN panelists and instrument industry editors pick new products that stand out
- Mapping The Brain Onto The Mind April 21, 2013
- BRAIN initiative aims to improve tools for studying neurons to answer questions about human thought and behavior
- Diffusion in Solids: Fundamentals, Methods, Materials,... May 24, 2013
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- engineers' new nanoscavenger purifies water, gets retrieved by magnet May 17, 2013
Among its many talents, silver is an antibiotic. Titanium dioxide is known to glom on to certain heavy metals and pollutants.
- Nanocoating Helps Furniture Foam Fight Fire Without Troubling Flame Retardants April 30, 2013
- Nanomaterials: An ultrathin film made from a biopolymer and a sulfur-based acid could be an effective replacement for chlorine- and bromine-based commercial flame retardants