Natural Sciences - Materials Science

Innovation - Mar 24

Researchers at ETH Zurich have developed an electronic yarn capable of precisely measuring how a person's body moves. Integrated directly into sportswear or work clothing, the textile sensor predicts the wearer's exhaustion level during physical exertion.

Anisotropic microbubbles open up forward-looking possibilities for ultrasound imaging and drug delivery.

Unique Cooperation between LG Energy Solution, MEET Battery Research Center and Helmholtz Institute Münster.

A team of University of Toronto researchers, led by Professor Yu Zou in the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, is working to advance the field of metal additive manufacturing at the university's first metal 3D printing laboratory.

Microtechnics - Mar 13

Scientists from the Adolphe Merkle Institute and Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, USA) have developed a flexible robot, inspired by earthworms, that can squeeze into small spaces and move in all directions regardless of the surface.

Researchers at ETH Zurich achieved a shape memory effect for the first time with objects that are only a few nanometers in size. This can be used to manufacture tiny machinery and robotic devices on the nanoscale.

Chemistry - Mar 21

Researchers from the University of Twente developed a new composite material that outperforms the individual compounds by one to two orders of magnitude. The composite consists of several earth-abundant elements, that could potentially be used for efficient hydrogen generation without rare and precious metals like platinum. The researchers published their findings in the scientific journal ACS Nano.

Study of metal components from Notre Dame site. Cyril FRESILLON / IRAMAT / NIMBE / ArScAn / CEA / Chantier Scientifique Notre-Dame de Paris / French Ministry of Culture / CNRS Is Notre Dame the original Iron Lady?

A -best practice- protocol for researchers developing piezoelectric materials has been developed by scientists - a first in this field of technology.

Jelle Houben defended his PhD thesis at the department of Applied Physics on March 9th. For several years now, energy storage in salt batteries has been advertised as an environmentally friendly concept that can help accelerate the heat transition.

In the latest advance in nanoand micro-architected materials, engineers at Caltech have developed a new material made from numerous interconnected microscale knots. The knots make the material far tougher than identically structured but unknotted materials: they absorb more energy and are able to deform more while still being able to return to their original shape undamaged.

Currently 132 Job in field Materials Science.
Selected Jobs
Chemistry - 25.03
Associate Research Scientist Columbia University
Materials Science - 24.03
Feinmechaniker/in (w/m/d) (Vollzeit) Technische Universität München
Materials Science - 24.03
Wissenschaftliche/r Mitarbeiter/in (m/w/d) Professur Werkstoff- und Oberflächentechnik Technische Universität Chemnitz
Materials Science - 24.03
Poste de doctorant en sciences des matériaux H/F CNRS, Paris
Materials Science - 23.03
Werkstoff- oder Baustoffprüfer m/w/d Technische Universität München
Materials Science - 23.03
Wissenschaftliche*r Mitarbeiter*in für die Batterieforschung Technische Universität München
Materials Science - 23.03
Oxford-Royce Experimental Scientist University of Oxford
Materials Science - 22.03
Ingénieur en développement instrumental (H/F) CNRS, Grenoble
Materials Science - 21.03
Ingenieur*in (w/m/d) für Mikro- und Nanotechnologien Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg im Breisgau
Materials Science - 21.03
Research Engineer (m/f/d) Sustainable - Smart Battery Manufacturing Austrian Institute of Technology, Wien
Materials Science - 21.03
Techniker:in für Batteriezellfertigung Austrian Institute of Technology, Wien
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