Advanced functional polymers for medicine

by | Jan 2, 2014

A special issue guest-edited by Andreas Lendlein has recently been published in Macromolecular Bioscience. Read selected highlights for free for a limited time!

mabi-12-2013-front-coverThe application of polymers in medicine requires tailored properties and functions. To develop and understand structure-function and structure-property relationships of (multi)functional polymers, the understanding of fundamental physical and physicochemical principles is of paramount importance. This requires the interdisciplinary cooperation of chemists, physicists, biologists, and physicians.

Since 1975, the Wilhelm and Else Heraeus foundation has supported scientific seminars on research topics of current interest. These seminars are characterized by a relaxed atmosphere with a lot of room for discussion and personal contacts between renowned and younger scientists.

The output of the 533th WE-Heraeus seminar is a special issue in Macromolecular Bioscience consisting of carefully selected articles from the invited speakers.

Read selected articles now for free!

Other great contributions to the conference can be found in the current issue of Macromolecular Symposia.

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