A strong bioinspired adhesive is developed to aid bone fracture healing.
Highly porous microspheres are developed as injectable scaffolds for tissue regeneration based on polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA), a family of natural biopolyesters.
A nanobiosensor is developed that performs real-time analysis of single-cell cytokine secretion, enabling the development of new therapies for diseases.
Bird feather microstructure exhibits an astonishing water-assisted ability of self-repair, which enables birds to replace their plumage only once per year.
A team of researchers demonstrate Ca–polyphosphate (polyP) nanoparticles (NPs) as a smart biomaterial for regenerative medicine applications.
Polymer therapeutics represent promising novel chemical entities under development for addressing CNS disorders, in which intravenous and intranasal administration are the most...