How to make one layer of polymer brushes on top of another layer by using a simple chemical initiator method…
Archives for June 2010
Keep an eye on single cells with a new fluorescence imaging technique which gives a high resolution image of a surface using nanoislands.
As Impact Factor fever sweeps the academic world, we take a closer look at Impact Factors in general, and the performance of Advanced Materials in Impact Factor 2009. No vuvuzelas or video technology allowed…
Riccardo d’Agostino, Editor-in-Chief of Plasma Processes and Polymers, tells MaterialsViews about the new debate section in the journal.
Ever wondered if your food has been kept cold enough before you buy it? Here’s a way to find out…using nanoparticles to sense and record temperature changes.
Tapered nano-sized ribbons have been made by tearing sheets of graphene from a sticky surface.
Micro-sized capsules with iron nanoparticles embedded in them could be used as smart drug-delivery systems to treat a range of serious medical conditions.
What if a nanodevice, implanted in your body, could power itself by harnessing the mechanical energy of your own moving muscles?
MaterialsViews catches up with Karen Gleason, Associate Dean of Engineering at MIT, to talk CVD, scientific jigsaws, and The Good Doctor.
Imaging technique enables studies on the dynamics of nanocatalysts at unprecedented spatial and temporal resolution.