Artificial enzymes promise to not only help us understand the complex functioning of enzymes, but will create a new generation of biosystems for sustainable chemistry practices.
Living cells are capable of synthesizing a staggering number of complex molecules from a few precursors. Such processes in natural materials allow for continuous, efficient, and autonomous (re)generation and adaptation in response to external factors. These properties...
Alessia Battigelli reviews organic materials formed by the self-assembly of peptoids in Biopolymers
A team of Canadian researchers has shown that direct contact between an AP “cold” oxidizing plasma source and water that contains very high concentrations of cyanobacteria and green algae, along with associated BMAA toxin, could be quite rapidly (in minutes) decontaminated with modest energy input.
Special issue in Advanced Healthcare Materials, edited by Weiqiang Chen and Deok‐Ho Kim, including biomaterial-immune cell interactions, immunotherapy, immune organs-on-chip and mechanobiology.
Thiago França and José Monserrat discuss how episodic memories are coded by the hippocampus.
Recent advances in single‐molecule techniques have led to new discoveries in analytical chemistry, biophysics, and medicine. Understanding the structure and behavior of single biomolecules provides a wealth of information compared to studying large ensembles.
Exploring cohesin and replisome interactions during DNA replication.
Amoeboid cell microtransporters carry microcargo in an independent, self-organized fashion.
The double‐stranded RNA‐binding protein family controls RNA editing, stability, and function in all eukaryotes.
Research suggests that epigenetic remodeling can be persistent and might be a memory keeper.
Multifunctional polylactide stomatocytes are engineered to mimic red blood cells.