We talk to Professor Christopher Barner-Kowollik, head of the Macromolecular Architectures group at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
Aerographite takes the lightest material crown, for now: density of a few hundred micrograms per cubic centimeter
A German materials science lab have reported the fabrication of a new material that breaks the record for lightest solid.
How does Arapaimas gigas survive coexistence with the predatory piranha fish? The answer has implications for materials technology.
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Researchers at the University of Michigan have developed a new system that uses dye-loaded nanoparticles to tag brain tumors for removal.
A new process can create large numbers of single-layer nanosheets quickly and efficiently, applicable to any suitable bulk material.
Fish aren’t just for eating; their scales could also act as an excellent protective material, say a group of researchers.
A materials scientist, a graphic designer, and a cognitive psychologist have produced a brief guide on how to prepare scientific figures.