Artificial enzymes could help bring down the manufacturing costs of different medications, making them more available to patients.
Stanislav Piletsky and his colleagues have used molecularly imprinted polymer nanoparticles to replace both antibodies and enzymes in biological assays.
Nanocomposites of chalcopyrite and metal nanoparticles show thermoelectric properties that depend on doping and surface effects.
A team of researchers from National Sun Yat-sen University report on microscale RNA interference using iron oxide nanoparticle-modified lentivirus.
Researchers from Kyoto University and the University of Tokyo have used layer-by-layer assembly to create stabilized films of nanoparticles for electrocatalytic hydrogen evolution.
Assembling two types of carbon nanostructures with non-covalent interactions gives an electrode material with enhanced energy density.
Supercritical carbon dioxide induced reverse micelles were used to create metallic 1T-phase molybdenum disulfide and tungsten disulfide nanosheets for hydrogen generation.