Ulcers from diabetes? New shoe insole could provide healing on-the-go

Diabetes can lead to ulcers that patients don’t even feel or notice until the sight of blood. And because ulcers can’t heal on their own, 14 to 24 percent of diabetics in the U.S. who experience them end up losing their toes, foot or leg. Purdue University researchers have developed a shoe insole that could help make the healing process more portable for the 15 percent of Americans who develop ulcers as a result of diabetes.


Cambridge Elements in Flexible and Large-Area Electronics – Q&A with Carlos Garcia Nuñez and Fengyuan Liu

Carlos Garcia Nuñez and Fengyuan Liu take part in a Q&A about the Element Integration Techniques for Micro/Nanostructure-Based Large-Area Electronics, part of Cambridge Elements in Flexible and Large-Area Electronics.…


Q&A with Professor Bijay K. Sultanian, author of Gas Turbines

Professor Bijay K. Sultanian participates in a Q&A with us about his book Gas Turbines: Internal Flow Systems Modeling – part of the Cambridge Aerospace Series.…


Q&A with Professor Holger Babinsky, the new Editor-in-Chief of The Aeronautical Journal

Q. What do you think is distinctive about The Aeronautical Journal? A. The Aeronautical Journal (in its various previous forms) is the longest-running scientific journal devoted to Aeronautics.…


2018 MRS Bulletin Postdoctoral Publication Prize Announced

MRS Bulletin is pleased to announce that Hortense Le Ferrand has been selected to receive the 2018 MRS Bulletin Postdoctoral Publication Prize. This award recognizes postdoctoral researchers for their intellectual merit, the impact of their research and scholarship, and their interest in science writing and communication.


Q&A with Professor Ron Hui

Professor Ron Hui, author of Photo-Electro-Thermal Theory for LED Systems: Basic Theory and Applications takes part in a Q&A about his unique book. Read Chapter One for free until 31st December 2018 here.…


Engineering nature to make materials

New research published within MRS Bulletin explores how materials engineers are 'hacking life' using synthetic biology. This exciting new research could lead to sustainable solutions that benefit the health and technology industries.


Professor Almudena Suárez introduces the EuMW 2017 special issue

Professor Almudena Suárez, Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Microwave and Wireless Technologies, discusses the European Microwave Week 2017 special issue.…