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Hay fever incidence is rising does materials science offer any answers?

Piezoelectric nanotransducers: the future of neural stimulation

Piezoelectric nanomaterials are attracting strong interest in nanomedicine as nanotransducers acting at the tissue, cellular, and sub-cellular level.

Understanding the effects of manufactured nanomaterials on human health is crucial.

What might we learn about designing biomimetic materials from the butterfly?

Marcel Pruis, AB-Polymerchemie GmbH, presents Poly-Acrylate Coating/Composites (AB-PAC®) technology.

Averages do not represent extreme values, which can be significantly different.

There is a pressing need for nano education in formal and informal settings.

Prebiotic chemical reactions that turn out to be nothing of the sort.

Earwax, roadkill and zombies, bizarre news

Using algae as a building material.

Comment by Sean McGee, Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA.

The biological environment interacts with nanoparticles, changing their structure and properties and thus their potential toxicity.

Browse a selection of papers related to the behaviour of H in a range of metals and metallic alloys.

carbon nanodots are a new exciting class of metal-free and carbon-rich fluorescent nanomaterials

Pöyry’s Head of Biofutures, Petri Vasara, calls for a recarbonisation revolution of global material flows.

China and USA are front-runners, competitors and collaborators in the field of nanotechnology

The passage of time and yet another season of Nobel Prizes

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