Article - 20 Feb 2019
This article explains the BioCompatibility of Plastics.
News - 23 Feb 2011
Ultrasensitive electronic skin developed by Stanford researcher Zhenan Bao is getting even better. Now she's demonstrated that it can detect chemicals and biological molecules, in addition to...
News - 2 Dec 2021
A new study presented in the journal Coatings has investigated factors affecting bacterial adhesion on prosthetic and orthotic materials, and mitigation solutions.
Bacterial Adhesion on Prosthetic...
News - 4 Oct 2016
Robots can break, and it is often because they don't have enough padding to protect themselves. Researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) will...
News - 11 Apr 2012
Kraton Performance Polymers, a manufacturer of styrenic block copolymers (SBCs), has reported that the company has planned to exhibit its recent developments in eco-friendly, recyclable phthalate-free...
Article - 14 Jun 2019
This article discusses the future of smart agriculture and the role spectroscopy will play within it.
Article - 12 Feb 2004
Researchers are developing nanotrees and nanoplants that will feed off garbage dumps and industrial waste to produce metals, polymers and composites. They will be completely artificial and bare little...
News - 3 Nov 2015
Chameleon skin and some type of fish skin are regarded as the prototype of structurally colored materials that change their color appearance upon external stimuli, which can be light and dark...
News - 6 Apr 2012
Hellas Sports Construction has launched an advanced Proline seaming system. Proline is a non-carcinogenic, eco-friendly synthetic turf adhesive, which does not have isocynanate or solvents, and has...
News - 31 Aug 2011
Researchers at the Wake Forest University have created an exceptionally huge molecule with stability and superior electrical properties at a lower cost, which paves the way for the advancement of...