Shardell Joseph

Leaving a good impression with a brushstroke

Materials World magazine
3D reconstructions of impressionist-style brushstrokes could elevate the sensory experience for visitors to art galleries and improve conservation.

R&D for COVID-19 continues

Materials World magazine
A spotlight on R&D initiatives related to COVID-19.

Capture this - ultra-thin lenses

Materials World magazine
Flat and flexible ‘metalenses’ that can be produced quickly and cheaply could replace traditional camera lenses. Shardell Joseph gives us a snapshot of the research.

A spotlight on self-healing flexible electronics

Materials World magazine
A stretchable material that can repair itself also illuminates visibly at low voltages. Shardell Joseph finds out how.

Perovskite solar cells passes international test

Materials World magazine
Experimental solar cells made from perovskite crystals pass international tests for heat and humidity. Shardell Joseph reports.

Changing ceramic chemistry with radiation

Materials World magazine
New insights into ceramic’s ‘mortar’ are being uncovered when exposed to radiation.

EU project recovers metal waste

Materials World magazine
An EU project demonstrates new techniques to recover critical metals from low-grade ores and waste. Shardell Joseph explores.

Putting a brave face on dental surgery with bone-graft material

Materials World magazine
A new bone-graft biomaterial could restore teeth while improving dental aesthetic and reducing pain. Shardell Joseph reports.

Healing bandages

Materials World magazine
Alternative cotton dressings for diabetic wounds and burn injuries could aid the healing process by releasing an agent to promote new blood vessel formation.

Enhancing silicon’s strength

Materials World magazine
Tiny silicon structures can be made stronger and more deformable than previously thought possible, with potential for making smaller and more robust sensors in smartphones.

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