The peptide nanosheets display a flatness that is not observed in nature. It is hoped that exploitation of this new rule will lead to the synthesis of novel biomimetic structures.
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The Nobel Prize in Chemistry has been awarded to three pioneering scientists who mapped the mechanism by which cells repair damaged DNA at a molecular level.
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for 2015 to the scientists who discovered neutrino oscillations, which show that neutrinos have mass.
The term '4D printing' essentially refers to 3D printed objects that have an added dimension: time. These 3D objects transform and change shape over time opening up the possibility of self assembling tools, color changing clothes and comfortable prosthetics.
A method of growing semi-conducting crystals vertically has been developed. It is hoped that this method will increase both the power and efficiency of organic semiconductors.
Dr. Stephen Spiegelberg, president and co-founder of Cambridge Polymer Group, speaks to AZoM about their rheological testing options for tailored analysis of polymers.
Marcel Hopfe, talks to AZoM.com about their new Variable Speed Rotor Mill PULVERISETTE 14 premium line and why it is the ideal fast pre- and fine-grinding tool for soft to medium-hard, brittle, fibrous and temperature-sensitive materials.
Tony Carroll, Aluminum Industry Sales and Product Development Manager at Mid-Mountain Materials, Inc., talks to AZoM.com about reducing waste and improving process efficiency in the aluminum industry.
Jeff Dimmit, Vice President Technology at Evonik Jayhawk Fine Chemicals, speaks to AZoM about their recent collaborations in support of polyimide and epoxy customers.
Donald Bouchard, Business Development and Marketing Manager at Anasazi Instruments, spoke to AZoM about their range of high resolution NMR Spectrometers.
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