Innovative biofibers made from a silk protein of the green lacewing are being developed at the Fraunhofer IAP in conjunction with AMSilk.
Photothermal therapy that uses gold nanoparticles to convert light to heat is effective against cancer both alone and combined with other therapeutic...
Researchers from Singapore, China and USA have recently reported in Advanced Materials the first example of a TENG-based self-powered iDDS, and demonstrate...
The first description on the use of oscillating magnetic fields for magnetic nanoparticle-mediated (MNP) gene transfer to neural stem cells NSCs.
Porous liposomes can provide a suitable environment for controlled nanoreactions admitting molecules of a specific size only.
Recent advances in the fabrication and application of nanocomposite hydrogels for load-bearing and electroactive tissue replacement.
Towards customizable and biomimetic 3D-printed cardiac construct with contractile properties for drug testing.
Investigating how nanomaterials interact with the components involved in blood coagulation is an important step towards utilizing nanomedicine safely without causing dysregulation...
Red blood cell (RBC)-based delivery systems are emerging as natural biocarriers in a wide range of clinical applications, including blood detoxification.
Biological inspired proton transfer is investigated in a recent publication in Advanced Functional Materials.