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FE-SEM image of MnSO4 salt micro-bowls

The winning cover image of Volume 9, Issue 5 on Nano Today.

Free downloads of specially selected papers covering advanced imaging techniques.

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A reference system is proposed describing the key attributes of a product from a manufacturability stand-point.

At this year’s CAMX trade show in Florida, Bayer MaterialScience showcased a number of polyurethane composite parts developed with customers for the agricu

As part of our new Current Research program, Materials Today is delighted to introduce this presentation from Chenjie Xu.

Read Yury Gogotsi's responses to his webinar: MXenes: a new family of two-dimensional materials.

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Download the article from the winners of the Nobel Prize in Physics 2014.

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The winning cover image of Volume 9, Issue 4 on Nano Today.

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Subra Suresh shares his thoughts on the Elsevier Materials Science Council and its role within the materials science research community.

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One of the winning images of the 2014 Nano Today Cover Competition. Look out for more cover competition winners, here on Materials Today.

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G.S. Upadhyaya reviews Sintering: From Empirical Observations to Scientific Principles by Randall M. German.

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