Researchers create a method to fine tune the properties of nanoparticles, making them a promising treatment for cancer.
Superior coating performance achieved compared to existing clinical products, allowing better artificial bone synthesis and coating on the surface of metal and polymer materials.
New leads derived from an FDA-approved drug could provide potential therapeutic options for problematic vancomycin-resistant enterococci infections.
It seems that not all nanoparticles attract a protein corona.
Damaged trachea can now be regenerated and customized with the help of engineered biomaterials, replacing the need for prosthesis.
Researchers have designed a simple, low-cost device for subcutaneous injection of viscous formulations.
Researchers have designed a gold-coated nanomotor that can be controlled by infrared irradiation for precise drug delivery in cells.
Researchers develop a reusable filter paper made from titanium dioxide nanowires that is capable of trapping and killing pathogens like the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
To combat bacterial wound infections, researchers have developed cellulose membranes equipped with antimicrobial peptides.
A customizable scaffold helps repair bones and rebuild tissue using the patient’s own cells.
Scientists apply a versatile new strategy to develop solid−hydrogel hybrid materials to regrow tissue.
Researchers at Lund University hail potential game changer in early diagnosis.