Magnetic hybrid nanomaterials combining magnetic nanomaterials and extra functional nanocomponents not only exhibit magnetic properties but also act as important biomedical agents.
A new review highlights progress in nanophotonic optical trapping and manipulation technologies with a focus on high-throughput applications in the biosciences.
Engineerined protein nanofibrils show a much higher binding capacity for antibody purification compared to current gold standard.
Nanotechnology possesses great potential to overcome shortcomings of existing strategies for safe and effective retinal drug delivery.
Sperm cells are attractive as propulsion sources or as functional components in robotic microswimmers to realize complex tasks in the body.
Sn-cytochrome c (cyt c) protein layers can be used as efficient photodetectors when integrated into large-area solid-state junctions.