Article - 13 Feb 2017
A group of French researchers have developed a novel 3D printed microscopy chamber, known as UniverSlide, that can be used for multidimensional imaging.
Article - 1 Apr 2021
Researchers have recently found that the introduction of surface texture to an object can improve the tribological properties of its mechanical components.
News - 23 Jan 2013
Faculty and students in the University of Delaware’s College of Engineering continue to blaze a trail of innovation, reporting recent research milestones in flexible composites and fuel...
News - 18 Sep 2012
Imec announced today that it has integrated an ultra-thin, flexible chip with bendable and stretchable interconnects into a package that adapts dynamically to curving and bending surfaces.
News - 4 Jul 2012
A research team from the Northwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering has created a design that enables development of highly stretchable electronics for medical applications. The...
News - 13 Nov 2009
Researchers in Australia and the UK are flying the idea that insect wings could act as a model for making self-cleaning, frictionless, and superhydrophobic materials. They discuss the latest...
Article - 5 Jun 2020
The search for a technique that can measure local viscoelastic properties with nanoscale or molecular resolution on soft heterogeneous materials such as polymers has been challenging.
News - 25 May 2007
Organic-inorganic hybrid materials are significantly important materials due to their peculiar properties. These properties come from a unique combination of the properties of the base...
Article - 4 Jun 2015
Polymers are viscoelastic fluids that are either elastic or viscous, based on their flow or deformation in the process.
News - 31 Aug 2020
Superhydrophobic surfaces are widely used in many industrial settings, which mainly consist of rough solid protrusions that entrap air to minimize the liquid/solid area. The stability of the...