A real-time, in vivo, and minimally-invasive transdermal biosensing system for hydrogen peroxide monitoring is developed.
Alessia Battigelli reviews organic materials formed by the self-assembly of peptoids in Biopolymers
Sensors that are promising for motion capture, and the development of health monitoring devices, surgical instruments, and human–machine interaction devices.
A high‐throughput hydrodynamic exfoliation process yields a highly stable colloidal suspension of 2D nanosheets in water.
The mechanical cycling of a number of microscale 3D polymer‐based architectures is investigated.
Scientists develop a reversible adhesive skin patch with high air permeability and water drainage.