Everyday life requires polymeric materials. Scientists have focused on polymers made of rigid aromatic frameworks since they exhibit distinctive electronic/optical characteristics, heat resistance, and mechanical benefits.
IS-Instruments is proud and delighted to announce that members of our team have been awarded a patent for a Gas-phase Raman instrument for detecting gas species using a hollow core fibre.
Advanced technology being developed by a global consortium of companies and academic institutions could revolutionise the use of industrial additive manufacturing – also known as 3D printing – in the UK, bringing the advanced manufacturing of high-value components for key industries to the country for the first time.
IONICON was founded in July 1998 by a group of idealist scientists and peers, aiming to make a new technology available to the public which they considered a gamechanger for the future of analytics. They were convinced o...
A scientific discovery could change the way plastic is recycled, according to a team of researchers led by Brent Sumerlin, the George B. Butler Professor in the Department of Chemistry.
When it comes to thin-wall tubes for applications requiring high stiffness and robustness, metals were traditionally the material of choice because of their high stiffness and relatively low price.
In a novel class of magnetic materials known as non-collinear antiferromagnets, researchers from Tohoku University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have revealed a representative effect of the anomalous dynamics in action.
A “slight crosslinking” technique that gives ferroelectric materials elastic recovery has been proposed by a research team at the Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering (NIMTE) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), under the direction of Prof. Runwei Li.
A promising, environmentally friendly replacement for plastics derived from petroleum has been made more biodegradable by researchers from Michigan State University’s renowned School of Packaging.
After 39 years, co-owner and director of Marketing, Human Resources, and Finance, Mary Stevenson, is (mostly) retiring. Effective July 1, 2023, her responsibilities will be limited to marketing.
Electronic devices typically use the charge of electrons, but spin - their other degree of freedom - is starting to be exploited.
Cornell researchers used magnetic imaging to obtain the first direct visualization of how electrons flow in a special type of insulator, and by doing so they discovered that the transport current moves through the interior of the material, rather than at the edges, as scientists had long assumed.
Visit Bettersize booth #1245 at the ACS Fall 2023 meeting in San Francisco from August 13 - 17, 2023 to celebrate our arrival, as Bettersize has created several different ways for you to share in this great news
Thermo Fisher Scientific, a leading provider of air quality monitoring equipment, is fully committed to supporting companies affected by proposed United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations on ethylene oxide (EtO).
Heraeus Electronics has been honored by Bosch, a leading global supplier of technology and services, with the renowned Bosch Global Supplier Award in the category “Raw Material and Components” for its exceptional performance.