Researchers reduced the sintering time for an adsorbent by a factor of 60 and improved the specific surface area.
A research team have coated biomaterial surfaces with a naturally expressed molecule that inhibit the inflammatory activation of immune cells.
A network of polymer crystalline fibrils generated in situ during spin-coating suppresses effectively dewetting of the diluted polymer solution.
Initiator chemical vapour deposition (iCVD) is an elegant and versatile technique with applications ranging from biotechnology to microelectronics.
Researchers from The University of Melbourne have developed a novel and efficient route to build nanoscale cross-linked films on surfaces.
Macromolecular Reaction Engineering has published two special issues on the science and technology of adhesive materials and bio-inspired adhesives, guest-edited by Hadi Izadi and Alexander Penlidis.