Paolo Netti and co-workers have designed and characterized model tumor activated polystyrene nanoparticles (TAP-NPs) that release cytotoxic drugs.
A Korean research team led by Prof. Soonmin Seo report a new method for preparing highly flexible, stretchable, and patchable organic electronic devices.
Researchers develop a nanothin anti-inflammatory polymer material capable of decreasing immune responses involved in insulin-cell transplantation rejection.
Dr Loh Xian Jun discusses his review article on potential clinical applications for biodegrable thermogelling polymers.
A research consortium from the UK, Spain, France and Germany is using photonic crystals to improve silicon photovoltaic performance.
Experiments examine the scale at which strong quantum effects emerge in silicon nanocrystals.
Professor Geoff Ozin, University of Toronto, discusses the elite journal publishing landscape in his latest opinion piece.
A project involving three partners is connecting old batteries in Hamburg to form a large-scale storage system to keep the power grid stable.
Check out the articles highlighted on the covers of the first issue of Advanced Optical Materials for 2015.
Researcers construct a multifunctional theranostic nanoplatform that gathers five diagnostic and therapeutic functions into one single nanocomposite.
KAIST researchers discuss the recent progress of flexible piezoelectric thin-film harvesters and nanosensors for use in biomedical fields.
Professor Manthiram’s group at the University of Texas at Austin develops a naturally derived carbonaceous material for use in dye-sensitized solar cells.