MRS Spring Meeting 2015, April 6–10, San Francisco, USA

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This year’s MRS Spring Meeting was again one of the largest ever.

Printed Energy Technologies

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A new special issue of Energy Technology addresses areas where advanced energy technology can be printed.

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Video interview: New PI motor

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Mark Freyer, Head of the Product Division for Piezoelectric Inertia Motors at Physik Instrumente in Karlsruhe, discusses their new stick-slip piezomotor.

In Memoriam: Professor François Schué, 1938–2014

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Issue 5 of Polymer International is a special issue dedicated to the memory of François Schué, former Editor-In-Chief of the journal.

Inauguration of Lubrizol Young Materials Science Investigator Award

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This year, the 5th Molecular Materials Meeting (M3) will be inaugurating the Lubrizol Young Materials Science Investigator Award.

Carbonaceous Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells

New work explores efforts using carbonaceous materials to develop highly efficient DSSCs.

Two-Dimensional Nanomaterials Symposium

The first symposium in Australia dedicated to the subject of 2D nanomaterials research, 2D15, took place in Melbourne on the 10th-11th March, 2015.

Filter methods for image analysis in microscopy

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This webinar explores the most common and important filter methods, including how they work and how they affect the actual image.

Active material properties come alive with 3D printing

A novel movement mechanism – a tiny distortion that initiates a large movement. The microstructures determine how the macroscopic properties of the material will react to different environmental stimuli, such as being pressed or stretched.

3-D printing technology has opened new possibilities for Israel Institute of Technology’s Stephan Rudykh to test his models of active material properties.

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Exploiting Air to Shift Aluminium Nanoparticle Plasmons into the UV

Researchers from from China and Hong Kong have now developed an approach to shrinking Al nanoparticles.

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