In 2011 the Royal Society of Chemistry published the first issue of RSC Advances, and to celebrate our 10th anniversary we would like to share with you some of the very best articles that have been published in the journal throughout the years.
In this blog collection, 10 selected RSC Advances articles that have received high media attention are showcased, demonstrating the attention given to research published in the journal by non-scientists and the impact as perceived by the general public.
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Find out more about the history of RSC Advances and how we got to where we are today in the Editorial: RSC Advances: celebrating 10 years of publication.
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We hope you enjoy our 10th Anniversary collections!
RSC Advances Editorial team
“Wetsuit filled with heavy gas could increase divers’ survival time by hours”
“The navy is hacking wetsuits for arctic warfare”
“How to turn wetsuits into ‘artificial blubber'”
Noble-gas-infused neoprene closed-cell foams achieving ultra-low thermal conductivity fabrics
Jeffrey L. Moran, Anton L. Cottrill, Jesse D. Benck, Pingwei Liu, Zhe Yuan, Michael S. Strano and Jacopo Buongiorno
“New study investigates how green tea could lead to a drug for tackling Covid-19”
“Study suggests green tea may help fight COVID-19”
Identification of (2R,3R)-2-(3,4-dihydroxyphenyl)chroman-3-yl-3,4,5-trihydroxy benzoate as multiple inhibitors of SARS-CoV-2 targets; a systematic molecular modelling approach
Jubie Selvaraj, Shyam Sundar P, Logesh Rajan, Divakar Selvaraj, Dhanabal Palanisamy, Krishnan Namboori PK and Suresh Kumar Mohankumar
“‘Corrective glass’ for mass spectrometry imaging”
“Laser ablation technique images non-flat surfaces”
Mapping metabolites from rough terrain: laser ablation electrospray ionization on non-flat samples
Benjamin Bartels, Purva Kulkarni, Norbert Danz, Sebastian Böcker, Hans Peter Saluz and Aleš Svatoš
“Swallowable capsule gathers bacteria from the gut”
“Swallowing this colonoscopy-like bacteria grabber could reveal sectrets about your health”
“Researchers develop new tool that acts like colonoscopy”
Smart capsule for non-invasive sampling and studying of the gastrointestinal microbiome
Jose Fernando Waimin, Sina Nejati, Hongjie Jiang, Jake Qiu, Jianghsan Wang, Mohit S. Verma and Rahim Rahimi
“Wearable sensor clears path to long-term EKG, EMG monitoring”
“Ultra-accurate dry sensor could take wearables to the next level”
Wearable silver nanowire dry electrodes for electrophysiological sensing
Amanda C. Myers, He Huang and Yong Zhu
“3D-printed milk: researchers develop low-temperature technique to preserve nutrients”
“Milk products can now be printed in 3D”
3D printing of milk-based product
Cheng Pau Lee, Rahul Karyappa and Michinao Hashimoto
“Microwaved nanotubes come up clean”
“Household oven decontaminates carbon nanotubes”
Enhanced purification of carbon nanotubes by microwave and chlorine cleaning procedures
Virginia Gomez, Silvia Irusta, Olawale B. Lawal, Wade Adams, Robert H. Hauge, Charles W. Dunnill and Andrew R. Barron
“Scientists try to transform CO2 into useful industrial material”
“Transforming atmospheric carbon into industrially useful materials”
Plant-based CO2 drawdown and storage as SiC
Suzanne T. Thomas, Yongsoon Shin, James J. La Clair and Joseph P. Noel
“Open-source laser fabrication lowers cost for cancer research”
Jacob L. Albritton, Jonathon D. Roybal, Samantha J. Paulsen, Nicholas J. Calafat, Jose A. Flores-Zaher, Mary C. Farach-Carson, Don L. Gibbons and Jordan S. Miller
“Recycled tires could power new lithium-ion batteries”
“Recycled tires help recharge batteries”
Amit K. Naskar, Zhonghe Bi, Yunchao Li, Sam K. Akato, Dipendu Saha, Miaofang Chi, Craig A. Bridges and M. Parans Paranthaman
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