Red blood cells can be opened and resealed without affecting their functional characteristics, allowing scientists new opportunities in therapeutics and diagnostics.
Beijing-based researchers design an electronic (E-skin) based on silk fibroin for wearable pressure sensor applications.
A bright future ahead for bioimaging and optoelectronics, as researchers demonstrate enhanced stability of perovskite nanocrystals by incorporation into polymer matrix microhemispheres.
The properties and use of thermo-responsive hydrogels in bioprinting are discussed in a recent review by R. Suntornnond et. al.
Metal nanoparticles have demonstrated broad and promising biomedical applications in research laboratories, but to fulfill their potential in the clinic demands extensive...
“STINGing” Liposomal Delivery for Cancer Immunotherapy
Researchers from the Qin lab have developed a microfluidic cell deformation delivery method that uses physical constriction to deform and shear cells...
Researchers from the University of Nottingham report a novel method for making antibiotic spider silk.
Zorlutuna and co-workers from the University of Notre Dame demonstrate muscle cells as diode components for biocomputing.
Researchers from Finland and the USA, have developed two multistage nanovaccines constructed of two biomaterials and either a biological cancer cell membrane...