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Amorphous materials news, March 2016

Cambridge researchers have shown that particle size isn’t the only concern when it comes to the risks posed by volcanic ashes.

Scientists have developed a new method for making single crystals from glasses and other solid materials with disordered atomic structures.

A new electron microscopy technique can follow atomic-scale physical processes occurring at the surfaces of materials in situ and in real time.

See your image on the cover of Nano Today in 2016.

biomaterials based on seaweed-derived alginate could improve polyurethanes used to repair cardiac and vascular tissue

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