A new review in Advanced Science summarizes new nanotechnology-based potential diagnosis and treatment methods for triple negative breast cancer.
Swiss researchers have used polymer actuators to create a two-fingered robotic gripper that can pick up objects of arbitrary shape, weight or deformability.
Osram offers long and thin shaped LEDs to mimic the appearance of classic light bulbs.
Foams with nano structured lamella and struts with remarkable properties from immiscible polymer blends compatibilized with Janus particles are developed.
Researchers from Northwestern University have assembled silicate nanosheets into thin dielectric films for solution-processed field-effect transistors.
A group working on photodetectors has covered monolayer graphene with a thin layer of perovskite islands, leading to ultrahigh responsivity.
Journal of Polymer Science is accepting nominations for its international award for significant innovation and achievement in a polymer scientist under 40.
AIChE and Society for Biological Engineering join forces with Wiley to launch Bioengineering & Translational Medicine, with Samir Mitragotri of the University of California, Santa Barbara, as editor-in-chief.
A novel method was developed, in which block copolymer micelles can directly infiltrate into nanopores and 1D micellar nanotubes can be easily fabricated.
Amir H. Torbati and Patrick T. Mather present a new synthesis for orientationally ordered liquid crystalline hydrogels with shape memory characteristics.
Scientists make highly customizable hybrid hydrogels from artificial and natural sources for biomedical applications.
To fulfill the complex requirements of medical applications, multi-functional biomaterials need to be designed.