Saturday, January 19, 2019

Team develops a family of bioinspired artificial woods from traditional resins

Nature has provided the inspiration for the design and fabrication of high-performance biomimetic engineering materials. Wood, which has been used for thousands of years,...

Biomimetic micro/nanoscale fiber reinforced composites

Over hundreds of millions of years of evolution, nature has produced a myriad of biological materials that serve either as skeletons or as defensive...

Tellurium nanoparticles achieve dielectric properties when exposed to sunlight

A team of researchers at Sun Yat-sen University in China has created a material with dual solar properties by adding tellurium nanoparticles to water—it...

Technyl® One New Generation: the Safety and Environment Insurance for Digital Citie

Solvay Performance Polyamides introduces an enhanced version of Technyl® One, the company’s range of halogen-free flame-retardant materials. The new generation of products meets the...

UA Researchers Study How to Regrow Long Bone Segments Using 3D Printing

Not all broken bones heal. But one scientist at the University of Arizona hopes to remedy that problem using a combination of 3D printing...

Breaking down the Wiedemann-Franz law

A study exploring the coupling between heat and particle currents in a gas of strongly interacting atoms highlights the fundamental role of quantum correlations...

A step closer to sustainable energy from seawater

The research group led by Leiden chemist Marc Koper has discovered a catalyst that minimizes the production of chlorine gas during salt water electrolysis....

Scientists solve open theoretical problem on electron interactions

Yale-NUS Associate Professor of Science (Physics) Shaffique Adam is the lead author of a recent work that describes a model for electron interaction in...

Fujipoly Introduces Sarcon 45-YR-a Thin Film with a Thermal Conductivity of 2.2 W/m.K

The Sarcon 45-YR-a Thin Film is available in rolls or can be die-cut to the required specification. It is suitable for applications that operate...

‘Topological’ graphene nanoribbons trap electrons for new quantum materials

Scientists are experimenting with narrow strips of graphene, called nanoribbons, in hopes of making cool new electronic devices, but University of California, Berkeley scientists...
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