Sir Frederick Banting and the world-changing discovery of insulin in combating diabetes.
Researchers are increasingly interested in how a systems biology approach may be used to tackle multi-scale heart problems.
Researchers develop a highly effective DNA vaccine based on oscillating plasmonic gold nanoparticles for protection against the hepatitis C virus.
Your Most Read Includes Hemocompatibility and 3D Bioprinting: January’s Top Advanced Healthcare Materials Papers
This month’s Advanced Healthcare Materials papers you have downloaded and read the most.
Researchers from Singapore, China and USA have recently reported in Advanced Materials the first example of a TENG-based self-powered iDDS, and demonstrate its functionality in ocular drug delivery.
Treatment options for Alzheimer’s disease are revealed in a bio-mimetic lab-on-a-chip system, modelling intracellular kinesin-microtubule transport.
CRISPR is a newly developed, but rapidly advancing, genome editing technique that has advanced the nuclear imaging field by providing a means to fluorescently label a dead Cas9 protein fused with green fluorescent protein (dCas9-GFP), allowing scientists to microscopically track where certain proteins bind to the DNA.
The anti-cancer properties of cinnamon extract have been recently published in Molecular Carcinogenesis.
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.
Malaria parasites moving in pillar arrays reveal structural tropism to invade small blood vessels in the skin.
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