Tumour development is closely monitored through infrared emission from copolymer nanoparticles.
Busy bees fuel the semiconductor sector
A team of researchers from Hefei, China use bee pollens in the synthesis of carbon dots with applications in bioimaging and catalysis.
A wrap up of drug carrier designs and their applications
Anna Musyanovych and Katharina Landfester review the production and use of polymer-based drug carriers with particular focus on their use in biomedicine.
The role of conjugated polymer nanoparticles in DNA sensing
In the newest issue of Advanced Science, researchers from Nanjing expose the advantages of using conjugated polymer nanoparticles for DNA sensing.
Taking optoelectronics to the next level
A new fabrication method promises to revolutionise the production of optoelectronics in a study published in the new journal Advanced Science.
John Rogers on board with Advanced Electronic Materials
Interview with John Rogers as he joins the Executive Advisory Board of the new journal Advanced Electronic Materials.
For the love of extreme materials: Joanna Aizenberg
Interview with Professor Joanna Aizenberg as new member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the journal Advanced Materials.
Bionics in the making: Zhenan Bao in the first person
Interview of Professor Zhenan Bao on the occasion of her addition to the Editorial Advisory Board of the journal Advanced Materials.
On the path to cartilage regeneration
Research group from the Duke University develops a three-dimensionally woven fiber scaffold which mimics the properties of native cartilage.
X-ray techniques to peek into nanoparticle synthesis
The advantages and disadvantages of the available X-ray techniques for real-time testing of the colloidal nanoparticle synthesis are reviewed.