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Surface science news, July 2015

Researchers will cause a recalculation of predictions for conditions in which hydrogel films line the tubes carrying water-based liquids.

Engineers have developed a new approach to structuring the catalysts used in essential reactions in the chemical and energy fields.

The goal of this research was to reduce the cost of the cathodes in fuel cells designed to power automobiles and homes.

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Fuel cells are regarded as the technology of the future for both cars and household heating systems.

Three-dimensional structures of boron nitride might be the right stuff to keep small electronics cool.

The Air Force Research Lab has announced the Materials Science and Engineering Data Challenge.

new chemical reaction pathway on titanium dioxide shown

SoftwareX is now open for submissions.

Researchers have developed a new technique that enables sensitive and specific detection of molecules at the electrode/electrolyte interface.

Chemists have developed a semiconducting material in which individual phosphorus atoms are replaced by arsenic.

A gentle approach to capturing individual cancer cells from patients’ blood could aid diagnosis and treatment.

Researchers are now studying what happens when different drugs come in contact with this silver coating.

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Researchers have confirmed diamond’s credentials as a bioimplant material and devised a protocol for culturing neurons from stem cells on its surface.

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