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Reversible fusion and defusion of immiscible polymers starting from crosslinked networks

Reversible fusion/defusion of immiscible polymers

merging recycling with manufacturing can reform waste into value added materials for re-use

Reflecting on blacker than black

current state of knowledge of graphene-virus interaction and possible applications to fight COVID-19

By Dr Stephanie Liggins, Principal Scientist and Project Lead, Element Six

Bronze and brass bells

Crocodilian waste disposal units on the farm

Ultraviolet LEDs for lepidopterists

Taking inspiration for self-cleaning materials from nature

Bonnet and gloves OR The problem of permeation and pinholes

Conkers as sources of pharma and biodegradables

Could materials science power cryptocurrency?

Field-effect transistors and musicians.

Mimicking moths - Photonic Burnished Brass.

Thermosensitive nanomedicines encapsulating a range of chemotherapy drugs are being developed and advanced into clinical trials.

Behavior and flow of nanoconfined water are determined by intermolecular interactions between water and nanopore walls.

Gravity waves and the origins of the post-iron chemical elements.

What does the p in pH stand for?

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