In a medicinal chemistry breakthrough, scientists develop a precise and efficient method of creating chiral sulfones for safe and effective medicines.
The structural order of multi-metal alloy catalysts influences their capacity to boost the efficiency of chemical reactions in renewable energy systems.
New high-resolution chemical insights reveal novel opportunities for making plastic production greener, more cost-effective and more efficient.
Researchers pioneer new pathways towards miniaturised electronics with a scalable, high-efficiency liquid-printing technology for semiconductor manufacturing.
A confluence of computational modelling and machine learning helps researchers overcome barriers to complex alloy design.
A new ultra-strong, ductile aluminium alloy overcomes the long-standing problem of cracking, opening up new possibilities for 3D printing high-strength aluminium aerospace components.
With their unique optical properties, customisable ultrathin metasurfaces can enable the next wave of high-performance optoelectronics devices.
Researchers use computer simulations to uncover novel atomic configurations of layered materials used in electronics and energy storage.
New equations and methodology enable the uncertainty of porosity measurements to be evaluated in additively manufactured metals for safer, high-quality components.
Using novel dual-layered memristor designs, researchers solve processing speed and reliability issues faced by a promising new class of computing devices.
In a comprehensive review, researchers explore how manufacturing defects can power up catalysts that transform carbon dioxide into alternative solar fuels.