We talk to Professor Christopher Barner-Kowollik, head of the Macromolecular Architectures group at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
Mollusk shells are well known to have excellent mechnical properties, but a species of carp - Mylopharyngodon piceus - lives on them....
Ultralight, flexible, fire-resistant carbon nanotube aerogels fabricated from bacterial cellulose.
New work seeks to control the growth mechanisms of calcium phosphate nanobiomaterials of monetite.
Scientists have developed autonomous catalytic microrobots that swim towards a specified target with a speed of 20 body length per second.
Non–invasive laser light scattering technique used to uncover the elastic properties of silk from four different spider species.
Professor Magnus Bergkvist, State University of New York, gives his perspective on this new publication.
Assistant professor David Kisailus studies the chiton, a marine snail found off the coast of California, to develop nanoscale materials for energy...
An industrial revolution on a minute scale is taking place in laboratories at The University of Manchester.
The future of nano and micromaterials for healthcare, described by Ali Khademhosseini and Nicholas Peppas as part of an Advanced Healthcare Materials...