Article - 26 Mar 2018
Molecularly imprinted polymers are a class of material, designed to have a high affinity for a specific molecule.
News - 16 Mar 2005
For the first time, HP has laid out in one place a comprehensive, practical strategy for a computing future beyond traditional silicon technology.
The vision – and the challenges – are...
News - 29 Nov 2009
Nuclear Power could solve our energy problems but it has rather nasty by-products: radioactive waste. And this does not only concern the old core rods whose disposal causes a lot of problems. Reactor...
Article - 13 Dec 2011
In this interview, Dr. Carmen Alvarez-Lorenzo discusses three research lines that are being currently carried out in the R&D Pharma Group of the Department of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Technology at...
News - 20 Dec 2017
Polymer particles have been chemically imprinted with DNA strands by McGill University researchers – a technique capable of leading to new materials for applications ranging from biomedicine to “soft...
News - 2 Jan 2014
Smithers Rapra Publishing has announced the release of Handbook of Molecularly Imprinted Polymers.
This handbook provides a useful guide to preparing molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) for...
News - 1 Mar 2013
f anything bothers University of Virginia physicist Lou Bloomfield, it’s a wobbly table. So much so that he actually invented a material to eliminate the problem. The material, a type of...
News - 3 May 2012
Liquid crystals, the state of matter that makes possible the flat screen technology now commonly used in televisions and computers, may have some new technological tricks in store.
News - 24 Jan 2011
Monitoring everything from explosives to tainted milk, materials for use in creating sensors for detection devices have been developed by a University of Houston (UH) chemist and his team. The...
News - 22 Jun 2010
UC Irvine researchers have developed the first "plastic antibodies" successfully employed in live organisms – stopping the spread of bee venom through the bloodstream of mice.