Surface science news, April 2022

New 3D printing technique reduces part deformation

Improved 3D printing by reducing harmful heat build-up

By growing polymer chains on membranes, researchers have greatly enhanced their efficiency at removing carbon dioxide from mixed gases.

Researchers have developed long-lasting, gel-based coatings that can prevent adhesion of everything from ice to bacteria on functional surfaces.

By directly measuring force, stress and pressure, researchers have revealed why liquid droplets are able to erode hard surfaces.

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