Gold “nanoseaweeds” exhibit high efficiency as heterogeneous nanocatalysts and peroxidase-mimicking nanoenzymes.
A bioinspired sono-immunotherapeutic nanocapturer to protect us from multidrug-resistant bacterial infections.
The IKV at RWTH Aachen University is investigating the controlled release of drugs for the treatment of common diseases of the urinary bladder.
New immobilization method from the Chinese Academy of Sciences will improve cancer detection and treatment.
Researchers from UCLA have created an optical microscopy method that allows users to directly see objects on the nanoscale.
NC State researchers create develop an elastic material that is embedded with aligned, nanoscale needles.
Professor Magnus Bergkvist, State University of New York, gives his perspective on this new publication.
Recent advances in the field of Raman spectroscopy have paved the way for new deep non-invasive medical diagnosis methods.
An interview with Shenda Baker, former university professor turned startup founder at biomedical polymers company Synedgen.
Researchers have reported the production of a new eDNA-degrading coating of DNase I, which prevents microbial adhesion and biofilm formation.
A new special issue covers recent efforts in the rapidly expanding field of biomedical vibrational spectroscopy.
Researchers use whey protein to stabilise nanotransporter and control pH-dependent drug release.