Case Western Reserve University has received a $14.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy's National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) to launch a "Center of Excellence" focused on applying innovative approaches to enhancing manufacturing of materials with greater strength and longer lifecycles.
One day in the not-too-distant future, the plastics in our satellites, cars and electronics may all be living their second, 25th or 250th lives.
Despite the fact that plastics and synthetic polymers have a variety of beneficial qualities, poor management has led to extensive pollution that harms our ecosystems.
Metso Outotec is launching NextGen Pelletizing™, a visionary concept for the next generation of pelletizing plants that strive to be carbon-neutral and autonomous.
Rare Element Resources Ltd. is pleased to provide an update on the progress of its planned rare earth processing and separation demonstration project in Upton, Wyoming.
A new report from AMI Consulting provides critical insight and analysis of the current state of play and future outlook for the collation shrink film market in Europe.
The manufacturing industry is going through a period of profound change, driven in part by the advent of 3D printing and other advanced technologies.
One of the difficulties faced by researchers involved in innovative electronic devices is to compare devices according to various materials in a reliable manner.
An international group of researchers has shown that chemical compounds comprising special metals are extremely effective in combating harmful fungal infections.
Researchers at Tufts University have developed a method to make silk-based materials that refuse to stick to water, or almost anything else containing water for that matter.
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.