role of microgravity in materials science
Advisory Committee on Programme Management for Materials Science and Basic Research on Materials
This invention relates to the fields of polymer chemistry, materials science and ophthalmology.
The separated nanotubes can be used in the fields of electronics, medical and materials science.
The resulting monodisperse foam is useful for materials science and for the food industry.
The invention relates to science of materials, in particular to precision tooling for the examination of materials of different nature.
The chemical processing microsystem can be integrated into a material evaluation system that enables a comprehensive combinatorial material science research program.
The invention refers to the sphere of material science, nanotechnology and catalysis.
The invention refers to the sphere of material science and nanotechnology, powder metallurgy, applied physics and chemistry.
The invention relates to lighting engineering, microelectronic components and to electronic and electromagnetic material science.
The present invention relates to the material science and the field of synthetic diamonds and diamond-like materials and methods and devices for production thereof.
The invention relates to the field of material technology and concerns a method and device for application to intermetallic compounds or semiconductors, for example.
The invention refers to the field of material sciences and relates to amorphous layers such as can be used, for example, for components subjected to strong chemical stresses.
The invention pertains to the field of material sciences and relates to open-cell ceramic and/or metal foams, such as can be used, for example, as catalyst carriers.
The invention relates to mechanical and material engineering and can be used for improving operational characteristics of surfaces of articles made of aluminium and aluminium-silicon alloys.