News - 14 Mar 2018
The physics of materials that can be made atomically thick is fascinating, rich, and varied. As well as providing a playground for condensed-matter theorists and experimentalists, materials scientists...
News - 31 Mar 2009
It is a completely transparent and flexible energy conversion and storage device that you can bend and twist like a poker card.
It continues a line of prototype devices created at the USC...
Article - 17 Dec 2020
Lithography nanopatterning expands traditional lithographic techniques into the submicron scale.
Article - 3 Sep 2019
This article describes the use of dynamic mechanical spectroscopy with AFM (AFM-nDMA) for the measurement of viscoelastic properties in polymers.
News - 18 Jan 2016
Chemical engineers from the University of Michigan have developed a stretchable, thin film that could help to provide improved follow-up treatment for cancer survivors.
The film coils light waves,...
News - 27 May 2010
The AMI international conference, Polymers in Photovoltaics 2010, held in April in Cologne had well over 200 registered delegates to discuss the use of polymer materials in solar module production. BP...
Article - 3 Aug 2018
Microrobots are small enough to manipulate systems, but are large enough to include components, providing more control over nanorobots.
Article - 16 Jun 2017
A cavitation, or the production and nucleation of reactive vapour bubbles within a liquid, is a fundamental phenomenon in fluid dynamics with wide-ranging applications from industrial-scale...
Stensborg’s HoloPrinter® UNI A6 DT is designed for laboratory-scale printing work.
Article - 28 Mar 2017
Researchers at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) have recently developed a novel sensor comprised of successfully sealed biomolecules, which is able to...