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A cool way to form 2-D conducting polymers using ice


A piece of deep frozen ice and electronic gadgets may seem to have little connection (except that they are both 'cool' to have on you), but ice could now play a role in opening a new era in the electronic industry where conducting polymers, simply put plastics with electrical properties, are in ...


Titania photocatalyst produces hydrogen and generates photocurrents under visible light


Combining a cheap polymer resin with titania produces a photocatalyst that can produce hydrogen and generate photocurrents under visible light, say scientists in the Republic of Korea. Titania is commonly used as a base material for solar energy conversion. But it has a wide band gap so doesn’t ...


2 Max Planck Centers in South Korea planned

Max Planck Society has signed a memorandum of understanding with Pohang University of Science and Technology


The two Max Planck Centers will be devoted to "Attosecond Science" and "Complex Phase Materials". Postech and Max Planck scientists have already been cooperating in both fields and will intensify the exchange of know-how and staff, jointly training junior scientists within the framework of the ...


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Solvents causing a swell

Controlled release of fluorescent dye from swelling nanocapsules is leading the way in stimuli-responsive materials


Korean scientists have developed solvent-responsive polymer nanocapsules. Kimoon Kim and co-workers from Pohang University of Science and Technology and Korea University, Seoul, found that these nanocapsules swelled or deswelled in response to a change in the solvent mixture. The swelling led ...


Navigable Nanotransport

Direct synthesis of hollow nanoscopic spheres with tailored surfaces


To accurately transport pharmaceutical agents to their specific target organs or cell types, you need a good carrier: nanoscopic capsules with surface elements that can "recognize" the target in question could do the trick. To date, all methods for the production of such tiny capsules require ...


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