Researchers show how a unique nano-alloy composed of palladium nano-islands embedded in tungsten nanoparticles creates a new type of catalyst.
Scientists from Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore) have developed a new battery that can be recharged up to 70 per cent in only 2 minutes.
An American team have won an $800,000 grant to research stable materials for nuclear waste storage.
Mohassab and Sohn at the University of Utah are leading a team to explore the chemistry of slag under the conditions of the flash ironmaking process.
Researchers have described composite nanorods that consist of long iron segments and short gold tips and can be functionalized with biomolecules of interest.
Utah researchers are leading an investigation on the chemistry of slag under the conditions of a transformational ironmaking technology being developed.
Glycerol polymers represent a major opportunity for replacing or complementing the current polymers used in the biomedical market.
Researchers have developed a cancer imaging and therapy agent composed of PLGA microparticles encapsulating a perfluorocarbon liquid core.
Korean researchers have developed lightweight commercial gamma radiation shielding based on tungsten/polyethylene nanocomposites.
A Chinese research group has taken a molecular engineering approach to optimize the solubility and thin-film morphology of low-bandgap polymers.