Researchers from Imperial College, London, have now developed a series of modified g-PGA polyester scaffolds for tissue engineering applications.
Interview with Joachim Kohn, director of the New Jersey Center for Biomaterials, on the center's innovative model and research outsourcing.
Researchers develop a new, more stable method for synthesising nanoparticle lattices using DNA.
Nanocarriers for encapsulation, delivery, release, and accumulation of drugs are reported in a Special Issue of Advanced Materials.
How does Arapaimas gigas survive coexistence with the predatory piranha fish? The answer has implications for materials technology.
Living cells within a liquid marble can form aggregate structures know as cancer cell spheroids that can be used as model tumours.
Biomineralization-based virus shell engineering for functional modification of viruses to be used in cancer virotherapy or for vaccines
Elastomer-based skin has been developed for biomimetic artificial fingertip sensors.
Researchers have developed a method to fabricate 3D network magneto photonic crystal with controllable properties from a butterfly wing
Proof-of-concept localization of the Hendra virus demonstrates point-of-care detection of viruses to facilitate better control of epidemics.