Customizing treatments to meet individual patients' needs is the future of healthcare.
Special issue in Advanced Healthcare Materials, edited by Weiqiang Chen and Deok‐Ho Kim, including biomaterial-immune cell interactions, immunotherapy, immune organs-on-chip and mechanobiology.
A bioinspired soft actuator that responds to an alternating magnetic field is fabricated.
Sensors that are promising for motion capture, and the development of health monitoring devices, surgical instruments, and human–machine interaction devices.
A microneedle-array patch worn on the skin mimics the stable insulin secretion pattern of a healthy pancreas.
A special issue of Macromolecular Bioscience highlights progress in supramolecular hydrogel biomaterials.
Self-assembling protein nanoparticles that target the mitochondria and rapidly accumulate in tumors have potential for combination therapies.
Amoeboid cell microtransporters carry microcargo in an independent, self-organized fashion.
Multifunctional polylactide stomatocytes are engineered to mimic red blood cells.
Spatial and temporal control of drug production is achieved by optogenetical triggering a hydrogel-encapsulated bacterial system.