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Polymers and soft materials news, January 2015

The Physics Innovation Award is a competition inviting you to come up with original innovative ideas to improve the publishing experience.

Fraunhofer scientists research natural fibers

Scientists at the Application Center for Wood Fiber Research HOFZET at the Fraunhofer Institute for Wood Research are researching the potential of hemp, fl

Physicists have detected 'charge ordering' in electron-doped cuprate superconductors for the first time.

Outstanding contributions recognized at the Materials Today Asia conference.

Materials engineers have made a significant leap toward creating higher-performance electronics with improved battery life.

Oxygen is needed in tissue repair so researchers have come up with a novel way to supply regrowing tissue with oxygen using algae-impregnated biomaterials.

A team of researchers recently report on the use of a simple and effective approach to overcome this limitation using amphiphiles.

Introducing a compound into cancer cells to guide surgery.

Self-folding 3D origami comes to fruition.

The Editorial Board of Nuclear Instruments and Methods, Section A (NIMA) is currently accepting nominations for the Kai Siegbahn Prize.

Dr Subhash Mahajan, Coordinating Editor of Acta Materialia, will receive the prestigious Institute of Metals/Robert Franklin Mehl Award.

New Editor-in-Chief announced for Diamond and Related Materials

The 2014 Materials Today Cover Competition winners have been revealed...

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