Materials Science News

$1.1m to improve bypass grafts used to treat coronary heart disease

Researchers led by the University of Pittsburgh (UoP), USA, have received a $1.1m award from the National Institutes of Health to improve the bioscaffolds...

Creating innovative materials with AI and fundamental physics

Dr Mazhar Ali of the Ali Group at the Max Planck Institute discusses the role of AI and fundamental physics in the creation of...

New composite material to increase efficiency of electric vehicle motors

Researchers at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA, have created a composite material that can increase the electrical current capacity of copper wires, potentially...

Engineers use AI and machine learning to predict the quality of bioscaffolds

A research team, led by Lydia Kavraki of Rice University's Brown School of Engineering, USA, have used Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning technologies...

Developing sustainable graphene technologies

Vincenzo Palermo, Vice Director of the Graphene Flagship, discusses how graphene technologies will contribute to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. The 17 sustainable development goals...

New electronic artificial skin instantly reacts to pain

A research team at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia, has developed electronic artificial skin that reacts to pain. This new technology could lead to more...

3D printed hydrogel to grow T-cells for cancer immunotherapy

Researchers led by the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) has designed new hydrogels that facilitate the growth of T-lymphocytes (T-cells), which are used to...

Magnetic superlattice material for the development of quantum electronics

Physicists led by the City College of New York, USA, have developed a new topological magnetic superlattice material which...

Funding gaps and the clinical need for innovation in biomaterials

The Innovation Platform spoke with the President of the United Kingdom Society for Biomaterials (UKSB), Dr Paul Roach, about the continuing role of the...

The use of food waste in the development of biomaterials

Innovation News Network's digital editor, Caitlin Magee, explores the role of food waste in the development of biomaterials. 1.3 billion tonnes of food waste enters...

New composite material to improve electromagnetic protection

Scientists from South Ural State University, Ural Federal University, and the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus have developed a highly efficient composite material...

Innovation in silica aerogels – solutions to insulation and energy storage

Recent developments in silica aerogels present new solutions to the field of advanced materials. With applications in insulation, energy storage, and catalysis, could silica...

Materials Science

The interdisciplinary field of material science allows researchers to discover new materials of varying dimensions, these materials are typically solids, however, this is not always the case.

Material science is at the root of most of the research undertaken today.

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