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.

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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