Nanocarriers for encapsulation, delivery, release, and accumulation of drugs are reported in a Special Issue of Advanced Materials.
Professor Younan Xia talks with Materials Views about his move to Georgia Tech and the new direction of his research.
From materials to applications, the Journal of Applied Polymer Science showcases the vast potential of polysaccharides.
What happens in the liver during cholestasis? A novel in vivo imaging technique based on fluorescence microscopy delivers insight into the hepatic...
Living cells within a liquid marble can form aggregate structures know as cancer cell spheroids that can be used as model tumours.
Polyimide supported gold interconnect fabrication paves the way for medical grade stretchable electronics.
Gold nanoparticles with a slight positive charge work collectively to unravel DNA's double helix.
Biomineralization-based virus shell engineering for functional modification of viruses to be used in cancer virotherapy or for vaccines
A new bone adhesive made with polyurethane and hydroxiapatite hierarchical nanocomposites shows great mechanical strength and biocompatibility.
Intracellular plasmonic imaging by exciting multi-mode resonances in split-ring resonators is reported in Advanced Optical Materials.