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Chunhai Fan, Ali Khademhosseini, André Nel, Catherine Picart and Nicholas Peppas join the Editorial Advisory Board of Advanced Healthcare Materials.
The hottest topics in biomedical materials research – the most downloaded papers from Advanced Healthcare Materials for April, May, June 2013.
Gold nanofibers in engineered heart tissue can enhance electrical signalling, Tel Aviv University researchers find.
Physicists from the University of York have carried out new research into how the heating effect of an experimental cancer treatment works.
Treating cells with iron oxide nanoparticles allows them to be steered through the body by magnets.
A new glaucoma drainage device, reported in Advanced Healthcare Materials, may reduce the risk of blindness for millions of sufferers around the world.
DNA-sequencing microchip functions after exposure to radiation doses similar to those that might be expected during a robotic expedition to Mars.
Researchers reduce amount of growth factor needed to grow embryoid bodies by delivering it via gelatin-based microparticles.
Researcher from New York and Xiamen review the current status and future challenges of glucose-responsive materials for insulin delivery.