Nanofluidic implantables represent a recent advance in a broad effort for developing personalized, point-of-care medical technologies.
A diverse range of nanomaterials with different physicochemical characteristics have been developed to stimulate the immune system and battle cancer.
A study that looks at how silver nanomaterials could affect the female reproductive system.
Taking the headache out of brain surgery: these gold nanoparticles cross the blood–brain barrier and report when they hit tumour tissue.
Antitumour platform comes of age: this system gets the responsible drug to keep itself in check for transport and delivery.
March’s Advanced Healthcare Materials covers
In a recent Review, a summary of 2D nanomaterials for used in cancer theranostics is provided.
Researchers have developed a controlled-release drug delivery system that uses focused ultrasound as an active induction method.
February’s top Advanced Healthcare Materials papers
A comprehensive physicochemical analysis of a prototype continuous glucose monitor developed as a less invasive and more patient-friendly alternative to the lancet...