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.
Polymerization‐induced self‐assembly (PISA) has become increasingly popular over the last decade. Macromolecular Rapid Communications has dedicated a special issue to this exciting...
Re-exploring poly(N,N‐dimethylaminophenylene methacrylamide) as a novel antimicrobial polymer.
Peptide research in Canada is highighted in a special issue of Peptide Science, guest edited by William D. Lubell.
Outstanding structural and pharmacological features of eight unique lipid‐binding receptors, one of the most difficult G protein‐coupled receptor families to study, have...