In the past year researchers at the Amber Centre at Trinity College Dublin discovered 22 new magnetic materials. We interviewed the team leader Professor Stefano Sanvito about these discoveries.
Eurekite is a young technology company that creates light and flexible nanofibre ceramic materials that can be used to enhance the properties of plastics. We interviewed Gerard Cadafalch who is co-founder of the company.
Science Newsflash: Oceans and wildlife are being polluted by plastic microbeads that are used in toothpastes and shower gels. They are not biodegradable and pollute the marine environment forever. A team of researchers at the University of Bath came up with a possible solution for this problem by creating microbeads from cellulose which is biodegradable.
Around the world research groups are looking for possible ways to enhance Lithium batteries. Researchers from the Tour group at Rice University recently developed a new design based on graphene nanotubes. We interviewed Rodrigo Salvatierra.
Lipocoat is developing a coating that makes surfaces non-fouling and resistant to surface pollution of micro organisms and proteins. We interviewed Jasper van Weerd who is CEO of the company.
3D printing is revolutionizing production. The young technology company Blocks in Lisbon developed a range of 3D printers. We interviewed Duarte Freire e Vasconcelos in Lisbon.