- Researchers at Samsung Target Materials Science and Physical Chemistry March 6, 2014
However, as the size of the circuit pattern continuously decreases, a novel method is urgently required to increase the adhesion of the metal film on the substrate, especially on the smooth surface, which is critical to decrease the minimum feature size of the metal pattern."
- Implantable Metal-Filled Particles Activate Cancer Drug February 23, 2014
- Oncology: Strategy restricts chemotherapeutic agent's toxicity in cells
- Nanobiopsy Technique Samples A Cell Without Killing It December 12, 2013
- Analytics: Computer-controlled nanopipette nondestructively extracts samples from living cells
- Optomec Awarded New US Patent on Miniaturized Aerosol Jet Print Head Technology March 7, 2014
- Optomec, Inc., a global leader in 3D Printing for production applications, announced today that the company was awarded a new U.S. patent, titled Miniature Aerosol Jet and Aerosol Jet Array, patent...
- Electromagnetic Levitator headed to ISS for future materials research March 8, 2014
Astronauts, get your welding goggles on - the space station is going into the foundry business.
- Clear Solar Cells Power Up Windows January 6, 2014
- Materials: Islands of perovskite make light-colored solar cells that are efficient, semitransparent
- Nanoparticle networks' design enhanced by theory March 4, 2014
For close to two decades, Cornell scientists have developed processes for using polymers to self-assemble inorganic nanoparticles into porous structures that could revolutionize electronics, energy and more.
- Nanostructures Designed To Fall Apart February 2, 2014
- DNA-metal nanoparticle ‘superstructures’ might one day deliver drugs, then decompose and exit the body
- UW researchers innovate wireless charging solutions for electronic devices February 24, 2014
New research completed at the University of Wisconsin could allow drivers to charge their phone just by setting it down in the car seat.
- QuesTek Selected to be a Research Partner for American Lightweight Materials Manufacturing Innovation Institute (ALMMII) March 7, 2014
- The White House announced on Tuesday, February 25nd, the establishment of the American Lightweight Materials Manufacturing Innovation Institute (ALMMII). Selected by the U.S. Department of Defense...
- Light Triggers Multiple Motions In A Single Nanostructured Material February 10, 2014
- Inspired by plant tendrils, chemists build polymeric spirals that can ferry small objects
- Smartphone Attachment Detects Ionic Mercury January 29, 2014
- Water Analysis: With the snap of a picture, a new device could screen for the toxic metal
- Engineering Titanium Dioxide To Respond To Visible Light January 8, 2014
- Photocatalysis: Gently depositing nitrogen atoms on the surface of TiO2 makes the material active across a broader range of wavelengths of light
- Pomelo Peel Inspires High-Impact Alloy December 22, 2013
- The fruit’s sturdy peel structure provides a model for an aluminum-silicon material that could be useful in the automotive industry
- Science: Soluble chips promise medical solutions February 28, 2014
'There are many uses of electronics in the body where you don't want the device to remain for ever' John Rogers is a magician of materials science, particularly when it comes to combining electronics with biology.