News - 6 Apr 2017
Scientists have come up with an innovative idea for using seaweed to develop a more sustainable processes for powering various devices. It is a known fact that seaweed is an edible algae that has been...
News - 21 Feb 2014
Compadre, a company best known for transit packaging solutions, has obtained an exclusive license to pursue commercial uses for AeroClay, an innovative technology developed in a Case Western Reserve...
News - 26 Jun 2013
BASF created the new Performance Materials Division in January of 2013. In keeping with differentiation on the basis of business model and customer requirements, units with a customer and industry...
Article - 26 Nov 2019
This page details the physical and chemical characterization of carbons, zeolites and molecular sieves requires reliable and robust measurements.
News - 7 Jul 2009
This year's €10,000 WACKER Silicone Award was presented today to Professor Ulrich Schubert, who holds the Vienna University of Technology's chair of inorganic chemistry. Held at...
Article - 12 Jan 2018
Researchers have discovered a scalable, safe and green method to synthesize graphene oxide using water electrolytic oxidation of graphite.
Article - 23 Aug 2017
Research Bioengineers at the United States Army Soldier Systems Center in Natick, Massachusetts have recently developed fabrics that are embedded with nanofibers and hydrogel particles.
News - 16 Jul 2015
XEI Scientific Inc. reports on an exciting collaboration between students from the University of Puerto Rico and NASA.
Students from the University of Puerto Rico are going in to space again....
News - 29 Mar 2009
Research and Markets has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new report "Carbon Materials for Catalysis" to their offering.
This is the first comprehensive book...
News - 3 Aug 2006
When smooth surfaces that hate water approach each other underwater, scientists have observed that they snap into contact. This is apparently due to attractive forces that extend for tens to hundreds...