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Manufacturing Metal-Organic Framework-Based Composites for Efficiency

By Michelle Revels Manufacturing Metal-Organic Framework-Based Composites for Efficiency: Dr. Qingsheng Wang, associate professor and George Armistead ‘23 Faculty Fellow in the Artie McFerrin Department...

New Battery Electrode Material Welcomes Calcium Ions

Concerns over scarcity, high prices and safety regarding the long-term use of lithium-ion batteries has prompted a team of researchers from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute...

Scientists Encode ‘Wizard of Oz’ in a Vanishingly Small Plastic

by Esther Robards-Forbes, University of Texas at Austin Imagine scientists encode small plastic being able to hide an extremely complex encryption password or detailed financial information...

Hidden Distortions Trigger Promising Thermoelectric Property

UPTON, NY—In a world of materials that normally expand upon heating, one that shrinks along one 3D axis while expanding along another stands out....

New Ultrathin Film can Autonomously Switch from Dark to Light

Researchers from KAIST created an optical film technology that allows smart windows to autonomously switch between being transparent and opaque in response to light...

Plant-Based Component could Boost Bacterial Production of Biodegradable Plastic

Welcome to Pocket Science: a glimpse at recent research from Husker scientists and engineers. For those who want to quickly learn the “What,” “So...

Leaf-inspired bioplastic shrugs off liquids and biodegrades in soil

By Ben Coxworth February 09, 2022 If you're designing a plastic for applications such as food packaging, you want it to stay clean but you don't want it to...

UNDER PRESSURE: A NEW THEORY LETS US PREDICT WHEN SOFT MATERIALS...

Research led by UMass Amherst has major implications for polymer engineering Researchers led by a team from the University of Massachusetts Amherst recently announced a...

Stronger materials could bloom with new images of plastic flow

Imagine dropping a tennis ball onto a bedroom mattress. The tennis ball will bend the mattress a bit, but not permanently – pick the...

Paper-folding art inspires better bandages

Paper-folding art inspires better bandages Cutting kirigami-style slits in stretchy films could make for bandages, heat pads, and wearable electronics that adhere to flexible surfaces. Scraped...
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