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Friday, 20 September 2019
Science today - coatings tomorrow

Want to know what is going on in coatings relevant research all over the world? Here you find news on current fundamental research and development from international academia.

103 item(s) for Science today - coatings tomorrow
ETCC 2014 European Coatings JOURNAL shows up
26 Sep 14
ETCC 2014 European Coatings JOURNAL shows up

Damir Gagro at the showfloor of the European Technical Coatings Congress 2014 in Cologne, Germany.

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26 Mar 14
Registration for the 10th Coatings Science International 2014 is open

The program for the COSI 2014 conference has been finalized and the registration for the conference is open.

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10 Feb 14
Sustainable new material should replace use of crude oil

Commercial scale production of the renewable platform chemical 5-Hydroxymethylfurfural (5-HMF) has started at the "Biochem 1” facility.

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23 Jan 14
Patent mapping system helps find innovation pathways

A new patent mapping system may help researchers better understand the relationships between technologies.

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12 Dec 13
Greening the chemical industry

TNO, VITO and the Green Chemistry Campus launch Biorizon – The Way to Aromatics.

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15 Aug 13
Simulating chemical reactions

A white paper shows up how to design a model for chemical reactions.

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24 Jul 13
Realign molecules on surfaces

It is a little like throwing pieces of a puzzle at a magnetic board and hoping they will fall into place by themselves. This is roughly what scientists do when they apply molecules to surfaces in order to create materials for new technologies such as organic solar cells or functional coatings.

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11 Jul 13
Promising: stimuli-responsive molecularly imprinted polymers

SR-MIPs show broad perspectives in many application fields.

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22 May 13
Graphene-based ink to enable next-generation electronics

Northwestern University researchers have developed a graphene-based ink that could lead to low-cost, foldable electronics.

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