By Matthew Gunther2016-06-29T00:00:00+01:00
Self-assembling protein tiles show rare property of thickening by the same amount as they are stretched by
Protein crystals stretch knowledge of exotic materials was first published by Chemistry World.
Airborne plastic can make up a tenth of a spiderweb’s weight. What can it tell us about the life cycle of plastic and recycling in our cities?
The next-generation aerogel with superior thermal insulation could be used to make heat protective clothing and spacecraft shielding
Find out how gelatin’s bonds, structure and properties make jelly jiggle
Show your students the chemical composition of alloys used in ancient metallurgy
Explore metallic bonding and isotopes with this latest research looking at metallic hydrogen
Designer catalysts are breaking the known rules of reactions
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