Stretchable extracellular matrix patch enhances stem cell delivery for post‐myocardial infarction repair.
Agent-based models are a form of “bottom-up” modeling, which means that models are based on individual actors.
Researchers have engineered a protein biomaterial to generate mimics of human skeletal muscle to study the effect of injury and disease on this tissue.
To meet environmental demands and new regulations and standards, Egypt researchers developed a lead-free silicon brass alloy with good machinability and castability.
Entrepreneurship in materials: interview with Chris Yakacki founder of shape memory polymer biomedical devices maker Medshape
Researchers have developed PP75, a biodegradable, lipid membrane polymer to improve the clinical potential of small interfering RNAs.
A new MPL reagent, which its creators dub “protogel”, is allowing researchers to create exciting new 3D microstructures.
A new form of dental adhesives, containing bisphosphonate and bisphosponic acid, improves the ability to etch enamel and increases stability in water.
Enzymatic etching used to build nano- and microscale surface topologies.
A new hybrid nanoarchitecture has been developed to allow the use of protein toxins such as ricin in cancer treatment.
Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a new nanolithography technique that is less expensive than other approaches and can be used to create technologies with biomedical applications.
Lab-on-a-chip method, when combined with biophotonics, can be used to assay for metabolites, to separate gametes via optoelectrical tweezers, or to improve the vitrification of oocytes.