Peptide research in Canada is highighted in a special issue of Peptide Science, guest edited by William D. Lubell.
Tough responsive hydrogels have the potential to improve smart devices.
Guanidine-based nanogels for durable antibacterial and bacterially antiadhesive textiles.
Deadline extended to the 24th January: The Journal of Polymer Science Part A and Part B is proud to announce the call...
A novel polymer delivery system for gene therapy slows cancer growth.
Wishing professor Gorge R. Newkome a happy birthday.
Polymers, specifically the biopolymer hyaluronic acid, could provide a better alternative to surgical sutures and staples for wound closure and healing.
Making origami with light.
Researchers focus on improving the existing molecular scaffolding that is used for bone regeneration.
A link in a long chain of achievements: polymer expert Krysztof Matyjaszewski.