This special issue provides a representative survey of the advances in bulk-nanostructured materials and shows the diversity of applications of SPD.
Scientists develop a superhydrophobic coating technique based on the lysozyme fiber network, which provides a facile platform for protein crystallization.
Precise control of the primary, secondary, and tertiary structure is a significant new development in synthetic polymer chemistry. Using techniques inspired by other disciplines, it is now possible to synthesize a variety of monodisperse, sequence-defined a variety...
A zwitterionic polynorbornen-modified surface facilitates growth and proliferation of model endothelial cells.
Lienkamp and coworkers propose polymer surfaces with antimicrobial and antifouling functionalities designed to fight biofilm formation in medical devices.
Researchers investigate substrates in which micron-size sodium chloride crystals are used as a water soluble, recyclable substrate for CVD growth of few-layer graphene.
Recombinant resilin-like polypeptides are modified with photoreactive molecules to facilitate the use of photocrosslinking methods for hybrid hydrogels.
Tata Steel has unveiled plans to create one of the world’s largest solar energy projects of its kind in the Netherlands
One year after the launch we received the news that the journal has been accepted for coverage in Thomson Reuters Web of Science.
Check out the articles highlighted on the covers of the latest issue of Advanced Optical Materials.
A review in Macromolecular Bioscience highlights the current uses and potential new development of polymeric therapies in the fight against HIV.
John Rogers and co-workers present recent progress in the development of optoelectronic devices and their implementation enabled by micro-transfer printing.
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