Nanotechnology

Researchers find a cheap, new way to make structural color

Researchers find a cheap, new way to make structural color

The shimmering shifting hues of insects come not from pigment but from carefully arranged particles. And new scientific research, documented in an article published by the American Chemical Society, suggests that the nanotech to recreate such color is not only within reach but is also commercially scalable.

New cosmetics expected to come out of recent CUNY research on melanin

New cosmetics expected to come out of recent CUNY research on melanin

New research on the anti-aging benefits of methylene blue dye

New research on the anti-aging benefits of methylene blue dye

Biossance skin care brand helps boost Amyris sales

Biossance skin care brand helps boost Amyris sales

Scientists look at hair on a nanoscale

Scientists look at hair on a nanoscale

Less than 4 weeks left to submit for the Beauty Industry Awards

Less than four weeks left to submit for the Beauty Industry Awards

The Beauty Industry Awards are now open for submissions

The Beauty Industry Awards are now open for submissions

New nanoscience suspends oil in clay, expanding the possibilities for cosmetic and personal care emulsions

New nanoscience suspends oil in clay, expanding the possibilities for cosmetic and personal care emulsions

cosmetic science event, IFSCC 2016 congress kicks off October 30th

IFSCC 2016 congress kicks off October 30th

Croda acquires cosmetic ingredient encapsulation tech from Inventiva

Croda acquires encapsulation tech from Brazil’s Inventiva

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