When a wound heals, scar tissue forms and helps repair the damage through the deposition of collagen and infiltration of new skin cells. However, the balance of collagen production and degradation can be disturbed, leading to an overproduction of collagen and growth...
State of the art of mathematical hybrid modeling of cancer development and treatment.
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.
Modern nanofabrication schemes and other methodological advances enable new fascinating possibilities in the emerging area of biosensing.
The future of nano and micromaterials for healthcare, described by Ali Khademhosseini and Nicholas Peppas as part of an Advanced Healthcare Materials special issue.
New technology combines a laser and electric fields to separate particles and microbes by size.
Computational and laboratory studies have confirmed that technologically valuable ultrastable glasses can be produced in days or hours.
Brown University researchers have observed and analyzed the movement of individual molecules of DNA using a nanoporous material.
Robotic synthesis rapid screening and characterisation techniques used to development new materials for MRI.
Lab wins three Federal Laboratory Consortium awards for energy storage, cancer treatment, and next-gen microchip work.
Researchers fabricate controllable scaffolds from functionalised Kappa carrageenan, a naturally occurring polymer.