February’s top Advanced Healthcare Materials papers
Wearable sensors for quantitative assessment of hydration status.
Researchers from Sweden describe a biomimetic 3D corneal model with keratocytes on patterned silk-fibroin.
John Rogers and co-workers report a soft, skin-mounted microfluidic system for sweat collection and analysis directly from and on the surface of...
A biomaterial system for immune modulation through expansion of antigen-specific regulatory T cells.
A checklist for our authors on the use and presentation of data and statistics.
The fabrication of a specific nanomedicine, prickly shaped nanoparticles, enables a novel cancer treatment methodology.
A novel pH-sensitive anticancer drug delivery system with improved therapeutic effect.
Combinatorial strategies that use biomaterials for regeneration of the injured central nervous system.
Research highlights from this month’s Advanced Healthcare Materials issues.