Take a look back at some of this year's most interesting innovations found on IPI's Online Marketplace.
Researchers in Japan have coated a polymer with silica to devise a membrane that effectively separates oil from water.
Using a nanomaterial patch that traps gas molecules for laser analysis, a team of researchers in Singapore has found a way to profile airborne hazards almost instantaneously.
Researchers in Japan have found a way to create colorful pigments from inexpensive and harmless particles.
Using two DNA sequences of ten nucleotides each to hold together exactly 16 silver atoms, researchers in Denmark and Japan seek to better understand the optical properties of silver nanoclusters.
Using computational tools, a research group in India has found that basic chemical reactions producing precursors of proteins and RNA could be driven by heat from the ocean.
By combining nuclear magnetic resonance with computational methods, researchers in Japan are able to map out protein structures inside living eukaryotic cells.
Using their adhesive biosensor, researchers in China were able to measure the pH of sweat, as well as the concentration of glucose, calcium and chloride in the biofluid.
Using complex hydrides, a research group in Japan has demonstrated the possibility of building high-energy-density all-solid-state batteries with capacity exceeding 2,500 Wh/kg.