A new method developed at the Vienna University of Technology can be used to grow biological tissue or to create micro sensors.
Nobel laureate Ahmed H. Zewail has summarized his insights into the physical backgrounds of protein folding.
Prof. Mishra’s group at Banaras Hindu University, India has exhaustively studied two specific reactions of hydroxyl and perhydroxyl radicals.
Researchers from Imperial College, London, have now developed a series of modified g-PGA polyester scaffolds for tissue engineering applications.
The second part of the series Advances in Polymers for Stem Cell Research by guest editor Suwan N. Jayasinghe is now complete...
In plasma medicine reactive oxygen species are attracting increasing attention due to their wide potential applications.
Interview with Joachim Kohn, director of the New Jersey Center for Biomaterials, on the center's innovative model and research outsourcing.
Researchers at Rutgers University have developed a method to generate an entire library of safe quantum dots quickly and efficiently.
Researchers from the University of Jena (Germany) designed glycopolymeric materials with tailored properties to independently study the parameters that impact cellular uptake.
The PEtOx-b-LPEI copolymer could have important applications in gene delivery and gene silencing as a polymeric vector.