New material combination could lead to a more efficient approach to computer memory and logic.
A team at the University of Central Florida has developed an alternative route for functionalizing polymers using water-based chemistry.
Employing s-SHG and s-CRD spectroscopy, German scientists shed light on silver cluster as small as tens of atoms.
An interface that models inflammation and infection will allow researchers to investigate biomolecular dynamics changes in local microenvironments.
Liquid templates produced by standing (Faraday) waves are used to assemble various soft, rigid, and biological materials in intricate patterns.
Intensely coloured low-cost films made from cellulose could be used in place of toxic dyes, or to detect counterfeit materials.