A group of scientists show a low cost route to manufacture high quality aluminum foam.
Some materials dissolve too quickly in the body, and some hang around forever — zinc, however, may be just right.
Researchers at King’s College London have achieved previously unseen levels of control over the travelling direction of electromagnetic waves in waveguides.
Technology is based on metal di-chalogenides, which are emerging as potential candidates to replace current CMOS materials.
Controlling the shapes of catalytic nanoparticles made from noble metals such as platinum and palladium may be more complicated than previously thought.
How to improve efficient focusing of light on the nanoscale by using lithographically patterned metal nanoparticle arrays.
Computational and laboratory studies have confirmed that technologically valuable ultrastable glasses can be produced in days or hours.
An exceptionally flexible prototype cable-type battery can be used in a variety of shapes towards portable, wearable, and flexible electronics.
Combining a ductile metal matrix with brittle ceramic additions leads to new composite materials with superior mechanical properties, which appears to be ideal for structural and crash-absorption applications.
A group of researchers examined a new method for creating 3D micro-architectured Ti structures and found an attractive combination of stiffness, strength, and ductility.