A fully printed, wireless, stretchable, implantable biosystem that offers batteryless, real-time monitoring of cerebral aneurysm hemodynamics is developed.
Gold “nanoseaweeds” exhibit high efficiency as heterogeneous nanocatalysts and peroxidase-mimicking nanoenzymes.
Research team in the US have reported promising findings on the potential for nanotechnology to deliver chemotherapeutic agents.
Reverse drawing lithography has allowed researchers to fabricate a less invasive needle system designed to deliver drugs to the back of the eye.
Researchers at Rice University have found a way to kill some diseased cells and treat others in the same sample at the same time.
Silicon nanoparticles functionalised with antibodies have been shown to efficiently kill cancer cells in vitro.
Researchers have engineered an electro-responsive polymer hydrogel containing carbon nanotubes for drug delivery applications.
A new hybrid nanoarchitecture has been developed to allow the use of protein toxins such as ricin in cancer treatment.
Nanocarriers for encapsulation, delivery, release, and accumulation of drugs are reported in a Special Issue of Advanced Materials.
From materials to applications, the Journal of Applied Polymer Science showcases the vast potential of polysaccharides.
Living cells within a liquid marble can form aggregate structures know as cancer cell spheroids that can be used as model tumours.
A new bone adhesive made with polyurethane and hydroxiapatite hierarchical nanocomposites shows great mechanical strength and biocompatibility.