Polarized confocal Raman spectroscopy can be used like a GPS to study ferroelastic domain transformation in ceria-stabilized zirconia.
Archives for October 2011
Whatever happened to curiosity-driven research aimed at the creation of fundamental knowledge without the need for immediate application?
Research into waste management is a major part of international nuclear policy. New work offers an in-depth look into one solution, glasses.
Nitric oxide detectors made of two to four layers of MoS2 incorporated into a field-effect transistor outperform a single-layered device.
Fish aren’t just for eating; their scales could also act as an excellent protective material, say a group of researchers.
Former Air Products and Chemicals senior researcher Francis Waller discusses intellectual property for today’s chemist.
Quan Li tells MaterialsViews about his work on semiconductors and liquid crystals.
Nominations for the third Polymer International – IUPAC Award, celebrating the achievements of young researchers in the polymer community, will close on October the 31st.
For measuring mitochondrial oxygen pressure clinically, just apply a cream on the skin.
The development of nanostructured ZnO components for devices could lead to inherently waterproof electronic devices.