A paper recently published in the journal Biomaterials Advances demonstrated the effectiveness of a novel near-infrared (NIR) photothermal injectable hydrogel with anti-inflammation and anti-oxidation properties in treating skin defects.
In an article recently published in the journal Biomaterials, researchers discussed the development of hydrogel microcapsules containing modified microbes for long-term protein drug synthesis and release.
CO2 photoreduction into a transportable fuel like formic acid (HCOOH) is an excellent strategy to combat growing CO2 levels in the environment.
Scientists from the US have presented research into the use of hydrogen blended with natural gas as a bridging energy to achieve long-term carbon neutrality. This strategy could potentially help meet net-zero targets whilst still ensuring energy security in the short term. Their review study has appeared in the journal Energies.
GeoImage™ is the newest Vitrinite Reflectance Measurement System from CRAIC Technologies and is designed to determine the grade of coal and coke by vitrinite reflectance per the ISO 7404-5 and ASTM D2798 standards.
Aceto, the supplier of choice for life sciences and advanced technology specialty ingredients, today announced the acquisition of Biotron Laboratories and Talus Mineral Company (affiliated entities collectively referred to as Biotron herein), leading manufacturers of specialty ingredients for the nutritional supplements industry.
Technosols are artificial soils that have been made from organic or inorganic waste and are designed to perform similar environmental functions as naturally occurring soils.
A recent paper published in the journal Minerals reviews the presence of iron silicides in fulgurite samples to explain the connection between geological environments where these minerals are found.
Researchers have presented a study in the journal Water Energy Nexus for the structural characterization of the organic compound polymeric chitosan in order to consider its application potential.
Borders have been blocked and towns have been quarantined in response to the COVID-19 epidemic, which has limited commerce in products and commodities between nations and slowed activity. The effect of the pandemic on oil and gold prices was studied in the journal Resources Policy.