Brain organoids model normal human brain development and can be used to answer questions related to development, evolution, and disease.
Understanding and improving biological adhesion processes.
Researchers use molecular imprinting to develop a highly sensitive and selective nanorod biosensor with artificial antibodies.
Researchers demonstrate that the fluorescence of PDPA in solid film can be tuned by copolymerization of monomers with different alkyl side chain lengths.
Researchers have given an overview of the principal inscription techniques and physical properties of fs pulse written in-fiber gratings for fiber optics.
Block copolymers based on azobenzene-containing homo-polyesters have been investigated for use in future data storage technology.
Scientists from the USA and China report on the development of monomers and polymers from terpenes, terpenoids, and rosin.
Researchers have developed a new system using galinstan liquid metal and nanoparticles, in what could be a major development for flexible and self-repairing electronics.
How much does materials science stand to gain from Nature? Professor Ozin gives his take on the progress of biomimetics.
Interview on entrepreneurship with startup founder José Maria Lagaron, whose company NanoBioMatters commercializes polymer-nanoclay packaging materials.
Dielectric elastomer actuators are made stronger and more easily using a synthesis approach that doesn’t rely on pre-stretching the polymer.
A hydrogel that can tell good from bad: this material can distinguish between normal and pathological levels of urate, a salt related to gout arthritis.