In materials science, characterization refers to the broad and generic process of probing and measuring a material's structure and properties. It is a crucial step in the field of materials science, without which no scientific understanding of engineering materials can be achieved. Application of homologous series of tracers to the development of new characterisation approaches and modelling of transport properties on plastic materials.
Some of the primary goals of materials research include modelling numerous phenomena observed in materials, predicting their behaviour under various conditions, and developing/designing cost-effective materials with enhanced or desired qualities.
Materials data science, as a definition of data science, is an interdisciplinary field of study that incorporates materials science, computer science, arithmetic, physics, and chemistry.
The Material Design technique makes it easier to create material experiences. It proposes four key action steps: (1) Understanding the Material: Technical and Experiential Characterization, (2) Creating Materials Experience Vision, (3) Manifesting Materials Experience Patterns, and (4) Designing Material/Product Concepts, which are provided in a sequential order.
Title : The merging of artificial Intelligence and biomaterials: The future of personalized health solutions
Thomas J Webster, Interstellar Therapeutics, United States
Title : In vivo delivery of CRISPR Cas9 using lipid nanoparticles enables gene depletion to enhance immunotherapy in cancer
Yong Teng, Emory University, United States
Title : Injectable hydrogel microspheres with self renewable hydration layers alleviate osteoarthritis
Yiting Lei, Chongqing Medical University, China
Title : Doping effects on hydrogen storage properties of graphene
Angyang Yu, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
Title : Synthesis and characterization of biopolymer electrolyte membranes and their applications in electro chemical devices
A L Saroj, Banaras Hindu University, India
Title : Electrospun nanofibers as a potential biomaterial for bone tissue regeneration application
Subramanian Uma Maheshwari, Mother Teresa women’s University, India