In today’s fast-changing scientific landscape, interdisciplinary fields are the new normal and clinical trials for new therapies are exploding. On the scientific information side, the WIREs series presents current, comprehensive reviews of the pioneering research that...
Ali Khademhosseini shares the highlights of his career, current research focus, and his future goals.
On-chip culturing and molecular profiling of captured cancer cells using a low-cost, rapid microfluidic cell sorter device
Get free access to the best biomedical materials papers, including work on tissue engineering, drug delivery, bioimaging, and more.
Polyurethane can be made more biocompatible for medical devices by grafting chitosan on it.
Researchers for the University of California, Irvine, have developed a new drug-delivery system using protein-based nanoparticles.
We speak to University of Alberta Professor Ravin Narain about his polymeric and nano-materials research, and what it might for the future of biomaterials and medicine.
A group of researchers examined a new method for creating 3D micro-architectured Ti structures and found an attractive combination of stiffness, strength, and ductility.
Professor Dong-An Wang and co-workers seek to revolutionize cartilage surgery through the development of a new type of surgical graft.
By shining infrared light on specially designed, gold-filled silicon wafers, scientists at The Methodist Hospital Research Institute have successfully targeted and burned breast cancer cells. If the technology is shown to work in human clinical trials, it could...
Iron oxide nanoparticles can be used to provide a local source of heating in a thermoresponsive sol–gel copolymer solution.
The complex requirements of modern medicine demand a variety of multifunctional materials. Polymers provide a versatile toolbox for such materials. Hydrolytically degradable polymers show temporal changes of mechanical properties during degradation and controlled drug...