Ion-gels have possible applications in organic electronics due to their favorable electronic characteristics and good thermal and chemical stability.
Antibiotic-resistant bacteria are a challenging threat to human life, especially in healthcare institutions.
In our Macromolecular Journals Writing Competition we asked PhD students and Post-Docs to send us a short news piece on papers from the Macromolecular Journals family highlighting exceptional research. Here we present the winner.
The biomineralization-inspired synthesis of a TiO2/reduced graphene oxide composite is developed for a high-performance Li-ion battery material.
Facet-controlled synthesis strategies for Cu2O-based nanocrystals are reviewed and properties that make them suitable for numerous applications in sensing and catalysis are highlighted.
An international, interdisciplinary team is developing highly porous biomaterials for localised release of therapeutic ions and drugs
Researchers devise a highly detective photodetector based on graphene-silicon heterojunctions with interface improvement by introducing a thin interfacial oxide layer.
Researchers have created an antimicrobial polymer coating for leather that is both economical and environmentally friendly.
A dynamic photo-alignment technique to design and arbitrarily arrange the in-plane helical axes of cholesteric liquid crystals.
Swiss researchers present a postmodification protocol of a polymer that allows the creation of a variety of surfaces for different applications.