Inaugural recipient honored for exceptional achievement at the interface of materials and biology.
N-Carboxyanhydride ring-opening polymerization enables the controlled generation of numerous distinctive block copolypeptides possessing potential biomedical applicability.
MIT Professor Ali Khademhosseini is the third winner of the Pl-IUPAC Award for Creativity in Applied Polymer Science or Polymer Technology.
Biomedical Materials and Applications: A virtual issue of research from Advanced Healthcare Materials and Biotechnology Journal.
A biopsy is a painful and scarring but often unavoidable procedure. Now, scientists have reported promising results of autofluorescence and reflectance measurements...
We speak to University of Alberta Professor Ravin Narain about his polymeric and nano-materials research, and what it might for the future...
New plasma jet-to-jet coupling opens new dimensions in the field of high-energetic plasma applications.
Researchers at the Wooley Laboratory have used polymers to mimic the characteristics and actions of biological nanoparticles and structures.
Proceedings from the Advanced Functional Polymers for Medicine conference, held in the Netherlands in June 2011, have now been published.
Transepidermal water loss measurement is the standard method to characterize epidermal barrier function. However, it can be affected by a broad range...