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Dow Fellow Delivers Talk on AFM Based Nanoscale IR Spectroscopy Results on Polymer Blends and Films

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]

New Release of ASM Medical Materials Database Includes New Materials, Devices, and Additive Manufacturing Information

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 and Bitplane Announce the Launch of the 2015 Insight Awards

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. This worldwide scien... [More]
3D-Printed Models Used to Study the Strength of Mollusk Shells

3D-Printed Models Used to Study the Strength of Mollusk Shells

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]
Laser Zone Annealing Technique Enables Rapid Self-Assembly at the Nanoscale

Laser Zone Annealing Technique Enables Rapid Self-Assembly at the Nanoscale

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]
Lightweight Metal Matrix Composite Holds Promise in Automobile Application

Lightweight Metal Matrix Composite Holds Promise in Automobile Application

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 Products for Optimised Solid Phase Extraction of Polar Compounds

Porvair Sciences Offers Products for Optimised Solid Phase Extraction of Polar Compounds

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]
Protecting the World’s Second Largest Radio Telescope from Weathering and UV Radiation

Protecting the World’s Second Largest Radio Telescope from Weathering and UV Radiation

Axalta Coating Systems have developed a unique coating for use on one of the world’s largest radio telescopes in Effelsberg, Germany. [More]
New Method to More Accurately Model 2D Structures Through Geometry

New Method to More Accurately Model 2D Structures Through Geometry

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]
MIT Researchers Enable Durable Filtration Membranes by Plugging Up Graphene Defects

MIT Researchers Enable Durable Filtration Membranes by Plugging Up Graphene Defects

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]