What do clouds, televisions, pharmaceuticals, and even the dirt under our feet have in common- They all have or use crystals in some way. Crystals are more than just fancy gemstones.
Since the initial discovery of what has become a rapidly growing family of two-dimensional layered materials -; called MXenes -; in 2011, Drexel University researchers have made steady progress in understanding the complex chemical composition and structure, as well as the physical and electrochemical properties, of these exceptionally versatile materials.
In a paper recently published in the open-access journal Energies, researchers reviewed global industrial wastewater production and investigated the use of microbial fuel cells (MFCs) for the treatment of wastewater as an independent technology enabling substantial global-scale energy savings.
In an article recently published in the journal ACS Energy Letters, researchers discussed the effects of light and heat on photoinduced segregation behavior in 2D mixed halide perovskite.
In an article recently published in the journal Additive Manufacturing, researchers discussed the overlapping effect of melt pools in powder bed fusion based on a novel prediction method.
Writing in the journal Food Hydrocolloids, a team of researchers from Zhejiang University in China has investigated porous hydrogel packaging for the safe transportation and storage of delicate fruits such as strawberries.
Writing in the journal Materials, a research team from the University of Oviedo in Spain have presented a review into materials that will be employed in future nuclear fusion reactors.
McCrone Microscopes & Accessories will present a range of Linkam’s leading temperature and environment-controlled stages at booth #1134, AMS 2022.
Leading aerospace supplier Velocity Composites has launched a new digital manufacturing cell designed to help improve traceability and efficiency for customers.
Datest, a leading provider of advanced, efficient and mission-critical in-circuit testing, test engineering, X-ray inspection and nondestructive failure analysis solutions, is pleased to announce that it received a 2022 Mexico Technology Award in the category of Test Services for its Enhanced High Density Precision Geometry Flying Probe Wafer Testing Services.
Researchers have found a way to 3D print 17-4 PH steel while keeping its advantageous properties.
A new review focusing on the new applications of ssNMR to investigate zeolite framework structure, catalytically active sites, and intermolecular interactions has been published.
Researchers have made progress in 3D porous carbon materials for electromagnetic wave absorption
A new paper published in the journal Energies has explored the development of a novel material similar to coal for the simulation of raw resources in protective-seam mining studies.
A new paper published in the journal International Journal of Hydrogen Energy has investigated on-board hydrogen storage and refueling technologies in the rail sector.