Scientists make highly customizable hybrid hydrogels from artificial and natural sources for biomedical applications.
Issue 9 of JCTB includes an In Focus section of the The 12th International Chemical and Biological Engineering Conference.
Soft biocompatible PEG hydrogels with tunable mechanical properties and RGDS-content have been prepared by Löwik et al. using a copper free-click reaction.
A new silk ink formulation provides a "bottom-up" approach to customized multifunction biomaterials.
Issue 5 of Polymer International is a special issue dedicated to the memory of François Schué, former Editor-In-Chief of the journal.
A report from the 2nd ERC BIOMIM meeting, which ran from March the 11th - 13th 2015 at MINATEC in Grenoble, France.
Random mutagenesis of amelogenin creates a wide range of protein nanoparticles for biomedical applications.
An outlook to the forthcoming MRS Spring Meeting, to be held from April 6-10, 2015 for the last time in San Francisco,...
The use of natural substrates as masters to create elastomeric replicas for stretchable electronic devices is demonstrated.
A group seeks to reproduce the nanoparticle-synthesizing ability of magnetotactic bacteria.