Materials Science Newswire (Page 3)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Materials Science. (Page 3)

Results 41 - 60 of 3,228 in Materials Science

  1. New efficient catalytic system for the photocatalytic reduction of CO2 to hydrocarbonsRead the original story

    Friday Dec 5 | Green Car Congress

    ... from diluted CO2. Kang et al. Click to enlarge. Researchers from Japan's National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) and TU-NIMS Joint Research Center, Tianjin University, China have developed a new, particularly efficient photocatalytic system ...

    Comment?

  2. Penn Engineering Plan Filters Wastewater Produced By FrackingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 4 | Oil and Gas Online

    ... Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at SEAS; Shu Yang, a professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at SEAS; and Satish Kumar of the University of Minnesota are the recipients of a National Science Foundation ...

    Comment?

  3. Researchers figure out how to reverse characteristics of polyurea materialsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 5 | Medical News

    Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have figured out how to reverse the characteristics of a key bonding material--polyurea--providing an inexpensive alternative for a broad number of applications, such as drug delivery, tissue engineering, and packaging. "Polymers with transient stability in aqueous solution, also known as hydrolysable polymers, have been applied in many biomedical applications, such as in the design of drug delivery systems, scaffolds for tissue regeneration, surgical sutures, and transient medical devices and implants," explained Jianjun Cheng, an associate professor of materials science and engineering at Illinois.

    Comment?

  4. Rice researchers find amines cross-linked with buckyballs an effective, selective CO2 absorbentRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 4 | Green Car Congress

    ... Alemany, all of Rice. Barron is the Charles W. Duncan Jr.-Welch Professor of Chemistry and a professor of materials science and nanoengineering. Enrico Andreoli, Eoghan P. Dillon, Laurie Cullum, Lawrence B. Alemany & Andrew R. Barron (2014) ...

    Comment?

  5. ARC Group Worldwide CEO to Present at SMID-West Investor ConferenceRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 4 | Sys-Con Media

    ... world leader in metal injection molding ("MIM"), ARC has significant expertise in 3D printing and imaging, materials science, advanced tooling, automation, machining, stamping, plastic injection molding, lean manufacturing, and robotics. For more ...

    Comment?

  6. At Drexel, clay-like substance could be battery of futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 4 | Philly.com

    ... that uses highly corrosive hydrofluoric acid. Then, a year ago, Michael Ghidiu, a Drexel Ph.D. student in materials science engineering, asked Barsoum if he could try making the stuff with more benign materials. Sure, the professor said. Ghidiu ...

    Comment?

  7. Buckyballs enhance carbon captureRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 3 | Science Daily

    ... Alemany, all of Rice. Barron is the Charles W. Duncan Jr.-Welch Professor of Chemistry and a professor of materials science and nanoengineering. The above story is based on materials provided by Rice University . The original article was written by ...

    Comment?

  8. Professional Development Courses Planned at TMS2015Read the original story

    Tuesday Dec 2 | TMS

    Learn a new skill or take an in-depth look at topics related to minerals, metals, and materials science and engineering with eleven TMS Professional Development courses to be held in conjunction with the TMS 2015 Annual Meeting & Exhibition. This year's offerings include the following courses, planned for Sunday, March 15: Supplier Technology Workshop - Reduction Sign up for a Professional Development course when you register for the TMS 2015 Annual Meeting & Exhibition .

    Comment?

  9. New materials inspired by nature could make it safer to store nuclear wasteRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 3 | Easley Progress

    ... them to incorporate waste elements we want to store," said Brinkman, a Clemson associate professor of materials science and engineering. Anand Gramopadhye, dean of the College of Engineering and Science, said the research is a good fit for South ...

    Comment?

  10. with VideoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 3 | F&M Magazine

    ... that projects are completed quickly, with reduced labor and energy requirements. Recent advances in materials science have fostered innovative solutions with abrasives in surface conditioning products, designed to meet the needs of time-sensitive ...

    Comment?

  11. Green meets Nano - Scientists create multifunctional nanotubes using nontoxic materialsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 3 | Science Daily

    A doctoral student in materials science at Technische Universitat Darmstadt is making multifunctional nanotubes of gold -- with the help of vitamin C and other harmless substances. Coffee, apple juice, and vitamin C: things that people ingest every day are experimental material for chemist Eva-Maria Felix.

    Comment?

  12. ARC Group Worldwide Posting of Company PresentationRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 3 | Sys-Con Media

    ... world leader in metal injection molding ("MIM"), ARC has significant expertise in 3D printing and imaging, materials science, advanced tooling, automation, machining, stamping, plastic injection molding, lean manufacturing, and robotics. For more ...

    Comment?

  13. Conductive Clay: The Future of Energy Storage? | EE TimesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | EETimes

    A new material that behaves like clay could be the future of supercapacitors and batteries that are easy to produce, last longer, and charge faster than what's currently on the market, Drexel University researchers said. Called MXene clay, the material -- which is two-dimensional and comprises three layers of titanium and two layers of carbon that's five atoms thick -- was developed by a team of researchers in Drexel's Department of Materials Science and Engineering led by Distinguished Professor Michel Barsoum.

    Comment?

  14. Researchers develop inexpensive hydrolysable polymerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | R & D

    ... sutures, and transient medical devices and implants," explained Jianjun Cheng, an associate professor of materials science and engineering at Illinois. "Polyurea materials are widely used in our daily life as coating, painting, and adhesive ...

    Comment?

  15. Inexpensive hydrolysable polymer developedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Science Daily

    Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have figured out how to reverse the characteristics of a key bonding material -- polyurea -- providing an inexpensive alternative for a broad number of applications, such as drug delivery, tissue engineering, and packaging. "Polymers with transient stability in aqueous solution, also known as hydrolyzable polymers, have been applied in many biomedical applications, such as in the design of drug delivery systems, scaffolds for tissue regeneration, surgical sutures, and transient medical devices and implants," explained Jianjun Cheng, an associate professor of materials science and engineering at Illinois.

    Comment?

  16. TE Connectivity Opens Wearables LabRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Wireless Design & Development

    ... extensive skill sets and experiences. These individuals range from electrical and mechanical engineers to materials science experts, pioneering the use of conductive materials including embedding electronic systems in textiles. The TE Wearables Lab ...

    Comment?

  17. New SAE International Book Focuses on Use of CAE in Analysis of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | PRWeb

    ... of Automotive Engineering at Clemson University, holding an affiliated appointment in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering The book series focuses on the most cutting-edge technologies concerning the use of composites in automotive ...

    Comment?

  18. Catalyzing greener productsRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Science Blog

    Yuriy RomA n knew that to change the future of catalysis he'd have to cross the boundary between chemical engineering and materials science. As a boy growing up in Mexico City, Yuriy RomA n was curious about how things worked.

    Comment?

  19. New Technique Could Harvest More of the Sun's EnergyRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Science Blog

    ... up just heating up my roof," says Harry A. Atwater , the Howard Hughes Professor of Applied Physics and Materials Science; director, Resnick Sustainability Institute , who led the study. Now, Atwater and his colleagues have found a way to absorb and ...

    Comment?

  20. ARC Group Worldwide CFO to Present at the Janney Capital Markets 2014 Industrials ConferenceRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Sys-Con Media

    ... world leader in metal injection molding ("MIM"), ARC has significant expertise in 3D printing and imaging, materials science, advanced tooling, automation, machining, stamping, plastic injection molding, lean manufacturing, and robotics. For more ...

    Comment?