> 9 min

What is Tissue Engineering?

Learn more about what tissue engineering is and how it is used.

> 3 min

Comparison of contact angle measurements on superhydrophobic surfaces

Advancing and receding angles should be measured as the low contact angle hysteresis is also a requirement for superhydrophobicity.

~ 4 min

CCS, BECCS and DAC - What is the difference?

Learn more about what is the difference between the three carbon-capturing methods CCS, BECCS, and DAC.

< 4 min

Rheology: What is the difference between bulk and interfacial rheology?

Rheology studies the flow and deformation of the fluid. Interfacial rheology studies the same for interfacial layers.

< 6 min

Lipid bilayer characterization with QCM-D

Here we describe what makes QCM-D particularly suitable for this kind of analysis and show what a typical measurement can look like.

> 3 min

Enhanced oil recovery: Nanoparticles for wettability alteration and interfacial tension reduction

Nanoparticles alone or integrated with conventional enhanced recovery processes have shown promising performance in improving oil recovery.

~ 3 min

QCM-D - how does it work?

Here we explain how Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation monitoring, QCM-D, works.

~ 2 min

Enhanced oil recovery: Why measure wettability at high pressures and temperatures?

Studies show the influence of EOR agents on the reservoir rock wettability. Studies are not considering the reservoir conditions i.e. high pressure.

< 13 min

Batteries, supercapacitors and fuel cells - What is the difference?

Learn more about how batteries, supercapacitors and fuel cells work, and how and where they are typically used.

Don’t miss out on science

Get updates from the blog directly to your inbox.

Explore the blog

You have only scratched the surface.

Popular

Preview image