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Stickier adhesives discovered at Surrey


Physics researchers from the University of Surrey have discovered that adding a small amount of clay to adhesives makes them stick better. The clay was combined with soft plastic to make nanoparticles, which have a size that are more than 200 times the width of a human hair. When the ...


Icy exposure creates armored polymer high tech foams


Chemists and engineers at the University of Warwick have found that exposing particular mixtures of polymer particles and other materials to sudden freeze-drying can create a high-tech armored foam that could be used for a number of purposes, including a new range of low power room temperature ...


Glycopolymers in two ‘clicks’


Scientists in the UK prepare polymers containing two different clickable groups that can be functionalised using two click reactions. Sugars play an important role in biological recognition, in processes such as fertilisation and viral infection. The interaction between sugars and proteins can ...


Polymers 'battered' with nanoparticles could create self healing paints and clever packaging


Research chemists at the University of Warwick have devised an elegant process which simply and cheaply covers small particles of polymer with a layer of silica-based nanoparticles. The final result provides a highly versatile material that can be used to create a range of high performance ...


Researchers find new chemical key that could unlock hundreds of new antibiotics


Chemistry researchers at The University of Warwick and the John Innes Centre, have found a novel signalling molecule that could be a key that will open up hundreds of new antibiotics unlocking them from the DNA of the Streptomyces family of bacteria. With bacterial resistance growing researchers ...


Century-old rule of chemistry overturned

Major implications for drug delivery


A new study by research chemists at the University of Warwick has challenged a century old rule of pharmacology that defined how quickly key chemicals can pass across cell walls. The new observations of the Warwick researchers suggest that the real transport rates could be up to a hundred times ...


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