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Find out the recipients of the 2018 Extreme Mechanics Letters Young Investigator Award.

Congratulations to Prof M Stanley Whittingham.

Materials Today Advances – a new Open Access journal.

The Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team and Additive Industries have announced they will extend their three-year technology partnership to five years.

Researchers have demonstrated that silica-rich waste can be used to remove charged species of radioactive Uranium from nuclear fission waste streams.

Identifying the best material for the fabrication of artificial vascular systems.

Micron-sized calcium silicate spheres can self-assemble to form solids that are stronger, harder, more elastic and more durable than Portland cement

hybrid material based on transition metal selenide could be a nonprecious metal alternative electrocatalyst for hydrogen generation

Non-precious metal Fe-N doped carbon electrocatalyst for ORR could make fuel cells more economically viable and sustainable.

Self-healing, injectable, multifunctional wound dressing based on a micelle-hydrogel composite is flexible and comfortable enough for joint injuries.

Polystyrene thin films are twice as good as absorbing impact energy as other leading materials such as graphene.

inexpensive catalyst for water splitting could support a future hydrogen economy by enabling hydrogen to be produced readily and inexpensively

New strategies could translate exceptional attributes of nanoscale fibers like carbon nanotubes and cellulose nanofibrils into macroscale materials.

Universal adhesive made up of equal amounts of liquid and solid polymers works in both air and underwater.

Iron-based metal-organic framework (MOF) has microwave-absorbing properties.

Researchers have developed a new way for modeling to the atomic level how metallic glasses behave as they fracture.

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