Researchers are applying nanotechnology to cancer immunotherapy toward the development of nanocarriers for delivery of cancer vaccines and chemo-immunotherapies.
Researchers from Oslo report on the influence of temperature and polymer spacer length on the phase behavior of aqueous polymer solutions
Hot electron injection within hybrid metal–transition metal dichalcogenides systems is analyzed and offers new physical insights into enhancement of optoelectronic activity with nanoantennas.
In a study published in the new journal Advanced Biosystems, scientists from the University of Hong Kong demonstrated that it is possible to use a DNA aptamer split across a tweezer such that the presence of the target protein triggers the DNA tweezer mechanism.
Researchers have molded a hydrogel lumen using a tough polyacrylamide with regions selectively mineralized with calcium phosphate to mimic plaque.
BASF introduce an antistatic industrial flooring system to the European market
Jason Burdick and colleagues from the University of Pennsylvania, USA, and Tsinghua University, China report a general method for 3D bioprinting of photocrosslinkable hydrogels without limitations on ink viscosity.
Single-cell RNA analysis is now possible through innovative platforms combining state-of-the-art microscopy methods with various contrast-generating nanomaterials
This review summarizes the available experimental results showing enhancements in strength and ductility in a range of UFG metals after several different SPD processing procedures.
A therapeutic thrombin-responsive patch to help with acute pulmonary thromboembolism.
The majority of the developed bio-systems based on 2D transition metal dichalcogenides are reviewed in Small.
Oral ingestion of collagen hydrolysates increases the collagen content and antioxidant enzyme activities, and improves the appearance and structure of the skin.