In today’s fast-changing scientific landscape, interdisciplinary fields are the new normal and clinical trials for new therapies are exploding. On the scientific information side, the WIREs series presents current, comprehensive reviews of the pioneering research that...
Ali Khademhosseini shares the highlights of his career, current research focus, and his future goals.
Researchers in Italy introduce the problems and the reasons behind the need for different simulation strategies and they guide the reader through the pros and the cons of each method with respect to the others.
Reviewing the development of tissue adhesives and sealants and examining the latest advances.
Naturally occurring bioactive nanoparticles derived from a carnivorous fungus could have potential for application in cancer therapy.
Research team in the US have reported promising findings on the potential for nanotechnology to deliver chemotherapeutic agents.
Reverse drawing lithography has allowed researchers to fabricate a less invasive needle system designed to deliver drugs to the back of the eye.
Researcher developing technology intended to help diabetics monitor their blood sugar level.
Researchers at Rice University have found a way to kill some diseased cells and treat others in the same sample at the same time.
New fluorescence imaging technique allows researchers to view pulsing blood vessels of living animals with unprecedented clarity.
Silicon nanoparticles functionalised with antibodies have been shown to efficiently kill cancer cells in vitro.
Electrically spun cloth with nanometer-sized fibers can dissolve to release drugs, providing a platform for cheap, discrete and reversible protection.
It has been shown that resilin-like polypeptides are a potential material for cardiovascular tissue engineering.