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Korean researchers investigate degradation of commercial materials in soil and seawater

Addition of titanium carbide-based materials significantly reduces friction and wear

Experimental study proposes mechanism for crumpled graphene formation

UK researchers say this opens the door for more environmentally-friendly lubricants

Researchers have identified a welding technique that can join composite metal foam components together without impairing their properties.

Using a new, multiscale approach, researchers have increased the resistance to crack growth of particle-reinforced rubber.

tailored dendrites can be exploited to create hierarchical structures in metal alloys that boost both strength and ductility

Researchers have developed a novel fiber where one side is flexible cotton and the other side is a conductive polymer.

By combining chitosan from crabs and agarose from seaweed, researchers created biopolymer composite films with enhanced strength.

Researchers have shown that acoustic emissions can be used to detect defects during the laser additive manufacturing of metallic objects.

Nanorod-based piezo-electrocatalytic device shows promise for non-invasive use

Researchers have used piezoelectric nanoparticles to investigate the physical forces at play in non-Newtonian fluids.

Researchers have developed a new polymer composite that can change its behavior depending on temperature to perform specific tasks.

A novel titanium alloy with tantalum and copper can produce surgical implants that kill 87% of the bacteria that cause staph infections.

vacancies can be used to engineer the mechanical toughness and fracture behavior of transition metal dichalcogenides

stretchable polymer-perovskite quantum dot nanocomposite transistor functions as an artificial synapse

A new 3D inkjet printing system can work with a much wider range of materials by using computer vision to monitor the printing process.

A new laser-based technique offers a non-destructive and high-throughput way to dynamically characterize microscale metamaterials.

Researchers have developed a ceramic material for passive radiative cooling than can both reflect visible light and radiate away mid-infrared wavelengths.

A novel method can determine the sequence of a polymer as it is made, by imaging and identifying every single monomer as it is added to the polymer.

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