Companies take on sustainability objectives at the Advanced Materials Show
Anna Demming is a freelance science journalist.
Anna was materials editor of Physics World from 2018 to 2019 and was previously editor of the website Nanotechweb. She studied nanostructures for her PhD in the context of photonics, specifically plasmonics and scanning near-field microscopy. In her spare time she runs and performs in a Bristol-based dance theatre company.
Inventor of acoustic and atomic force microscopy, Calvin Quate dies aged 95
Music encoding protein properties provides a new route to AI materials design
Combining forces with other numerical approaches, as well as collaborating with other research groups across the world, adds strength to data-driven techniques for materials science
Researchers at the forefront of a range of sectors chart the increasing potential of multifunctional materials to tackle challenges from healthcare and sustainability to robotics
With a lens-free makeover scanning near-field optical microscopes (SNOMs) could become a common lab tool
The first ever efficiency table for emerging technologies goes live for photovoltaic researchers
Researchers overturn previous conclusions that free-standing perovskite must be at least five layers thick
Anna Demming argues that carbon plays a fundamental role in everything from disruptive nanotechnologies to the chemistry of life