A new skin-mounted sensor uses the skin itself as a floating electrode, enabling low-power health monitoring and doubles as an electroluminescent display.
The gut microbiome can be monitored in real time all from a humble pill.
Beijing-based researchers design an electronic (E-skin) based on silk fibroin for wearable pressure sensor applications.
A bright future ahead for bioimaging and optoelectronics, as researchers demonstrate enhanced stability of perovskite nanocrystals by incorporation into polymer matrix microhemispheres.
Featuring Photoacoustic Imaging, Nanosafety and More: January’s Advanced Healthcare Materials Covers
Research highlights from this month’s Advanced Healthcare Materials issues.
Ever take a good look at your shoelaces?
Liposomal formulations of two novel nicotinylated amphiphiles for targeting potent chemotherapeutics to mouse glioblastoma.
Cytometry Part A and Cytometry Part B: Clinical Cytometry combine forces to publish the first Joint Special Issue on Mass Cytometry (MC).
Protein Science has recently published a Special Issue on Cryo-Electron Microscopy (Cryo-EM) guest edited by Georgios Skiniotis at the University of Michigan Medical School Department of Biological Chemistry.
Forget the “nature vs nurture” debate, learn the developmental systems perspective in this special collection, which aims to help scientists, parents, teachers, and policy makers understand child development.
A novel melanin-based contrast agent may help assess the tumor vasculature after antiangiogenic treatment via Dynamic Contrast Enhanced Photoacoustic Imaging.
A metal–organic framework as a protecting material to preserve antibody recognition is demonstrated for the first time.