Role of N,N-dimethyl-para-toluidine and saccharin in the radical polymerization of methyl methacrylate initiated by a redox system. I. Cumene hydroperoxide/copper saccharinate - Beaunez - 2003 - Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry - Wiley Online Library

Role of N,N-dimethyl-para-toluidine and saccharin in the radical polymerization of methyl methacrylate initiated by a redox system. I. Cumene hydroperoxide/copper saccharinate - Beaunez - 2003 - Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry - Wiley Online Library

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Публикации в журналах, наукометрической базы Scopus Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics #Polymer #Science #Physics #Journals #публикация, #журнал, #публикациявжурнале #globalpublication #publication #статья

Dr. Chang-Sik Ha is presently working as a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Polymer Science and Engineering at Pusan National University, Korea.

Chang-Sik Ha is an editorial board member for the Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Applications which is an open access journal from Scholarena. Chang-Sik Ha's affiliation, biography and research interest.

Silly putty (or science putty, as it's sometimes referred to) is an odd material. Stretch it slowly and it happily deforms, and can be molded very easily. However, pull it apart with enough force a...

Compound Interest breaks down the chemistry of Silly Putty. Silly putty (or science putty, as it’s sometimes referred to) is an odd material.

Title: Self-folding of polymer sheets using local light absorption Authors: Ying Liu, Julie K. Boyles, Jan Genzer and Michael D. Dickey Journal: Soft Matter Affiliation: Department of Chemical and ...

Title: Self-folding of polymer sheets using local light absorption Authors: Ying Liu, Julie K. Boyles, Jan Genzer and Michael D. Dickey Journal: Soft Matter Affiliation: Department of Chemical and .

nspired by the way lizards are able to stick to almost any surface, University of Massachusetts Amherst researchers have invented a new material called Geckskin that could beat common adhesives like Blu-Tack and sticky tape.  The research, headed by Prof Alfred Crosby of the Polymer Science and Engineering Department, is published in an article entitled "Creating Gecko-Like Adhesives for 'Real World' Surfaces" in the Advanced Materials journal.

University of Massachusetts Amherst researchers create Geckskin, a material that can stick on almost anything

Efficacy of solvent extraction methods for acellularization of embryoid bodies | Journal of Biomaterials Science, Polymer Edition | Todd McDevitt - Engineering Stem Cell Technologies

Efficacy of solvent extraction methods for acellularization of embryoid bodies. Journal of Biomaterials Science, Polymer Edition: Vol.

Computational biophysicists use a new open source computational tool called fABMACS for molecular dynamics simulations to see beyond static images of proteins to more efficiently understand how these molecules function which could ultimately speed up the drug discovery process.

Computational biophysicists use a new open source computational tool called fABMACS for molecular dynamics simulations to see beyond static images of proteins to more efficiently understand how these molecules function, which could ultimately speed up the

Planning a Homeschool Science Fair by Marci at the Homeschool Scientist

Guest Post ~ Planning a Homeschool Science Fair

The UNESCO/IUPAC Postgraduate Scholarship Course in Polymer Science UNESCO and IUPAC have been organizing postgraduate scholarship courses in polymer science under the support of the Academy of Sci…

The course program for the would start on October and last for 10 months. To apply for the course, you must hold MSc or a Ph.

Seahorse’s Armor Gives Engineers Insight Into Robotics Designs The tail of a seahorse can be compressed to about half its size before permanent damage occurs, engineers at the University of California, San Diego, have found. The tail’s exceptional flexibility is due to its structure, made up of bony, armored plates, which slide past each other.  Researchers are hoping to use a similar structure to create a flexible robotic arm equipped with muscles made out of polymer, which could be used in…

Here’s a micro CT-scan of a seahorse from UC San Diego. Seahorses get their exceptional flexibility from the structure of their bony plates, which are able to slide past each other.

Heilshorn’s solution involves the use of better materials in which to grow stem cells. Her lab has developed new polymer-based gels that allow the cells to be grown in three dimensions instead of two. This new 3-D process takes up less than 1 percent of the lab space required by current stem cell culturing techniques. And because cells are so tiny, the 3-D gel stack is just a single millimeter tall, roughly the thickness of a dime. #stemcells

Gel helps grow large quantities of stem cells in limited space

Heilshorn’s solution involves the use of better materials in which to grow stem cells. Her lab has developed new polymer-based gels that allow the cells to be grown in three dimensions instead of two. This new 3-D process takes up less than 1 percent of the lab space required by current stem cell culturing techniques. And because cells are so tiny, the 3-D gel stack is just a single millimeter tall, roughly the thickness of a dime. #stemcells

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