Sheet metal: Ultrathin metallic Rh nanosheets


Ultrathin sheets of metallic rhodium are formed by confinement with CO in a controllable method that will translate well to other metallic nanosheets.

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Journal of Biophotonics: Impact Factor increased to 4.447


The 2014 Impact Factor for Journal of Biophotonics increased by 15% to 4.447.

Silicone Rubber Knee

Silicone rubber knee

Researchers launch new medical technology project investigating a cmposite structure made of silicone rubber for use as a cruciate ligament implant.

Bulk Bicontinuous Ta/Cu Nanocomposites Made by Liquid Metal Dealloying


A new metallurgical processing technique, liquid metal dealloying, is used to fabricate the first bicontinuous metal-metal microcomposite.

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Polymer International – IUPAC Award 2016 Nominations

The Executive Editorial Board of Polymer International and the IUPAC Polymer Division have announced the 5th award for creativity in applied polymer science or polymer technology.

Race for a CO2-to-Fuel Technology


The race is on to develop CO2-to-Fuel technology – in an invited editorial, Professor Ozin and co-workers give their view on the current state of the art.

Understanding polymerization processes and mechanisms: a special issue on statistical modeling

statistical modeling tools

Macromolecular Reaction Engineering presents recent mathematical tools and approaches for polymerization reaction engineering, guest-edited by Jose Carlos Pinto.

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Special Section on Cobalt-base Superalloys


This special section of Advanced Engineering Materials presents investigations on γ/γ’-Co-base superalloys.

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Inkjet printing now in high-resolution 3D


Researchers in Korea transform electrohydrodynamic inkjet printing into a new 3D microfabrication technique.

Driving forward: high-powered, ultra-long lifetime Li-ion batteries for electric vehicles


Prelithiated hematite nanofibers demonstrate exceptional cyclability as anodes towards high-powered Li-ion batteries for automotive applications.

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