Silicon nanoparticles functionalised with antibodies have been shown to efficiently kill cancer cells in vitro.
Researchers have engineered an electro-responsive polymer hydrogel containing carbon nanotubes for drug delivery applications.
A new hybrid nanoarchitecture has been developed to allow the use of protein toxins such as ricin in cancer treatment.
Nanocarriers for encapsulation, delivery, release, and accumulation of drugs are reported in a Special Issue of Advanced Materials.
From materials to applications, the Journal of Applied Polymer Science showcases the vast potential of polysaccharides.
Living cells within a liquid marble can form aggregate structures know as cancer cell spheroids that can be used as model tumours.
A new bone adhesive made with polyurethane and hydroxiapatite hierarchical nanocomposites shows great mechanical strength and biocompatibility.
Photo-induced endosomal release of drugs from a colloidal mesoporous silica platform using singlet oxygen to breakdown lipid envelopes.
University of Texas researchers develop materials that are stiff for initial implantation, and then soften to better match the mechanical properties of...
An MIT group have developed a new coating in an attempt to reduce the number of surgeries required to correct artificial implants.