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2017 Issues

Materials360 Newsletter Archives 

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  • March 2017 (Volume 17, Issue 5)

    The first March issue of the Materials 360 Newsletter features research coverage on graphene applied to materials systems for enhanced mechanical properties, a new approach to design and prototype TiN metasurfaces, and electrons that transfer electricity but not heat. Also included is the MRS podcast episode on the US president’s anticipated budget summary. 

  • February 2017 (Volume 17, Issue 4)

    The second February issue of the Materials 360 Newsletter features research coverage of new decorative steel, computational materials design for H2 storage, and a soft robotic sleeve to restore heart function. Also included is the MRS Bulletin video-recorded interview with Howard Katz of Johns Hopkins University on hot and emerging materials topics. 

  • February 2017 (Volume 17, Issue 3)

    The first February issue of the Materials 360 Newsletter features research coverage on nanoprobes that detect tumors, a multicolor electron microscopy that images cell structures, and advances in iron-based superconductors. Also included is an industry update on the status of 3D-printed organs. 

  • January 2017 (Volume 17, Issue 2)

    The second January issue of the Materials 360 Newsletter features research coverage of glassy graphene and CO2 sequestration through cement carbonation. Also included is the MRS Bulletin video-recorded interview with Richard Muisener of Evonik Degussa on materials and open innovation. 

  • January 2017 (Volume 17, Issue 1)

    The first January issue of the Materials 360 Newsletter features research coverage on semiconducting polymers for PV, CNT adhesive strengthened in heat, and a boost in Na-ion battery performance. Also included is an industry update on the status of quantum computer development.