Dr. Gregory Meyers, a Fellow at The Dow Chemical Company, has been involved in the technology development of the AFM-IR and is generally considered one of the world’s leading industrial AFM practitioners. [More]
ASM International and Granta Design, leaders in materials information technology, today announced major updates to the ASM Medical Materials Database™.
The spring release of this resource includes new data on ma... [More]
Andor Technology Ltd (Andor) and Bitplane, Oxford Instruments companies and world leaders in scientific solutions and visualization software, today announced the launch of the 2015 Insight Awards.
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Indian Institute of Science and Rice University researchers are studying how mollusks can withstand high pressures at the bottom of the ocean. Mollusks have a soft interior but their exterior shell is designed in a way that protects them even in very difficult conditions. [More]
Researchers from the Brookhaven National Laboratory of the US Department of Energy have succeeded in developing a laser-based method for executing self-assembly at the nanoscale with excellent ease and efficiency. [More]
Researchers from Deep Springs Technology (DST) and the New York University Polytechnic School of Engineering have developed a new lightweight metal matrix composite that could find applications as vehicle armor, and in buoyancy modules, automobile parts and boat flooring. [More]
Porvair Sciences offers a range of products that enable optimised Solid Phase Extraction (SPE) of polar compounds. This includes a new C18 silica packed Microlute™ plate, vacuum manifolds, collection plates and solvent evaporators all designed to streamline your sample preparation. [More]
Axalta Coating Systems have developed a unique coating for use on one of the world’s largest radio telescopes in Effelsberg, Germany. [More]
A research team from University of Arkansas has proposed a new method for modeling 2D structures more accurately through geometry. This new approach allows them to conclude how shape differences affect properties of atomic materials. [More]
Researchers from MIT, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) and Oak Ridge National Laboratory have come up with a novel method to fill the defects or holes in graphene. [More]