With light, diaper recycling is 200 times faster

Water and UV radiation rapidly and efficiently degrade crosslinked polymers of diaper liners without needing any chemicals.

Advancing Water Pollution Solutions with 3D-Printed ‘Living Material’

Engineered cyanobacteria in phenotypically complex living materials.

A non-toxic and sustainable cleaning agent for painting

New cleaning agent for artworks investigated with neutrons at the FRM II.

Multicyclic molecular wheels have polymer potential

Molecular wheels can hold together long molecular chains.

Sustainable PET waste utilization for enhancing sand-bentonite clay liners

UBCO researchers explore alternative plastic bottle applications.

Algorithmic innovation enables sustainable technology from atoms to materials

New materials are required for a net-zero and sustainable future.

Fibre optic smart trousers monitor movement at a low cost

Smart textiles enable tracking of physical activities in clinics and homes.

Chemists develop new chiral structure creation method

A UC Riverside study investigates sensing and anti-counterfeit technological applications.

Weaker bonds break more easily than any of the strong polymer

Weaker bonds strengthen the polymers.

UVA-led discovery challenges 30-year-old dogma in associative polymers research

Associative polymers have unique self-healing and flow properties.

Fiber “barcodes” can be used to create durable clothing labels

Reflective fibers could revolutionize textile sorting and recycling.

The material is stronger than steel but as lightweight as plastic

Polymerizing a material in two dimensions.

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