Researchers from Fudan University have developed a technique that could lead to low-cost nanocapacitors for batteries, using 3-dimensional zinc oxide nanowires.
Monthly Archives: April 2016
In the first of a collection of articles on the use of light in cultural heritage studies, a new paper in Heritage Science looks at laser cleaning, and how it is being used to restore the Acropolis of Athens.
Marking one full year since the blog’s relaunch.1
Interview with Francisco Chinesta—President of the Computational Structural Mechanics Association (CSMA)
Our open access journal Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences (AMSES) is affiliated with the Computational Structural Mechanics Association (CSMA) and covers the vast domain of the advanced modeling and simulation of materials, processes and structures governed by the laws of mechanics. In this interview the president of CSMA, Francisco Chinesta, tells us more about his association, how AMSES supports their goals, his view on open access in the field of computational and structural mechanics and more…
Ever wondered what happened today in chemistry? Read on to find out!!1
A detailed global map of magnetic field recorded by continents and oceans.
In this next interview of our SpringerOpen EURASIP journals blog series the Editor-in-Chief of the EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing (JASP) Geert Leus provides some very useful tips for submitting to the journal. He tells us his opinion on open access, more about himself and about the journal.
What kinds of inventions tend to have the biggest impacts? Researchers from the University of Oxford and the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology looked to patent data to find out.
Innovative agreement with publisher Springer affirms MIT’s commitment to openly accessible scholarship
MIT-authored articles will automatically be deposited into DSpace@MIT