Issue 25/2017 of Advanced Materials is a special issue featuring research carried out at RIKEN-Center for Emergent Matter Science (CEMS).
Issue 20/2017 of Advanced Materials brings together a collection of review-type articles to highlight materials research at Wuhan University of Technology.
This year sees the 120th anniversary of Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, China.
A chemically assisted focused-helium-ion-beam-induced etching process is introduced.
Researchers at Aalto University, in Espoo in Finland, unravel the design principles of unusual dual superlyophobic surfaces in oil–water systems.
Researchers report the engineering of surfaces through sequential stop-flow photopatterning, in work dedicated to the late Professor Edward Kramer.
Researchers describe the chemistry and properties of a new family of organoiron dendrimers
Liquid polysiloxane materials set new record for high stretchability and challenge classic theory of elastomeric behavior.
Touch- and brush-spinning methods for drawing of nanofibers, core–shell nanofibers, and their aligned 2D and 3D meshes have been developed.
Membrane-free lithium–sulfur batteries with enhanced performance and cycle life.