A new use for the revolutionary gene-splicing tool. This new “Electrochemical CRISPR” can quickly and accurately identify viral biomarkers for a range of diseases, including HPV and Parvovirus.
Somewhere in a jumble of protein building blocks may lie the key to unlocking the next generation of therapeutics to improve human health.
Researchers propose to create materials capable of protein recognition by means of a new technique based on nanosphere lithography.
Adhesion Society meeting sticks together the fundamentals and applications of adhesive science.
Researchers from the University of California prepared cleavable aldehyde side chain, biotin end-group polymers by RAFT polymerization.
The Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry highlights some important research in the latest issue.
Polymeric micelles have been reviewed by a Chinese research team, who looked at their use in siRNA delivery and nanomedicine.
Team find that when TIs are hit with a laser beam, the spin polarization of the electrons they emit can be completely controlled in three dimensions.
Latest space station delivery includes a set of experiments from Northwestern for studying crystal formation in space.
Incorporating ionic liquids into polymers to improve ion transport in solid state electrolytes for electrochemical devices.
Journal of Polymer Science: Polymer Physics editorial board member will be honored this month.
Ultrafast physics and nanoscale research are two emerging scientific fields that mate very well.