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The open access magazine for materials science
The open access magazine for materials science

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Recent research speaks to how hard it may be for the public to see research as useful when produced with an industry partner, even when that company is just one of several collaborators.

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In 2016, more renewable energy was added to the global grid than ever before, and at a lower cost. A global energy revolution is clearly underway. #decarbonization

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The weight of your running shoes can have a significant impact on running performance. Advances in materials technology have allowed running shoes to get lighter. #Soles

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Ioannis addresses fundamental issues about resourcing information, namely, whether we Google or go to a library in this digital age, and what it means for books.

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“We are surrounded by so many stories in science. Stories of success, failure, fear, discovery, serendipity, collaboration, separation, inspiration, mentorship, and so much more.” 

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Carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) and "clean coal" are not the same thing and should not be conflated. We explore the value of carbon capture in the energy industry and beyond.

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Save up to 30% on Science and Technology books at Elsevier. No code needed. Prices automatically reflect discount. Excludes bundles and Health books.

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Did you learn enough STEM at university? Check out our chapter download refresher on fundamentals of "equations and functions" to find out.

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Researchers are using nano-sized building blocks to design smart materials that can perform work at a macroscopic scale. In this chapter download we dive into smart polymers, #nanomachines and nanoarchitectonics. 
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