Reducing the size of drug particles enhances their uptake into cells leading to more effective tumor treatment.
The enhanced emission of Cu nanocrystals/MOF composites is selectively quenched by TNT.
Wei Chen and co-workers control the thickness of a carbon shell encapsulating precious metal catalysts to yield efficient electrocatalysts.
A simple method implementing epidermal growth factor encapsulated in a biodegradable hydrogel aids wound healing.
A freeze-drying procedure facilitates uniform drug loading of microparticles for efficient drug delivery.
Graphene oxide is effective in combating early-stage formation of biofilms, resulting in dental care advances.
Discover how iodide can be used to control the shape of bimetallic nanoparticles for application in catalysis, solar-energy conversion and therapeutics.
You can now include gold/silica nanomushrooms on your menu, as András Deák and co-workers recently published their generation in Particle.
Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA have introduced a simple strategy for making nanoparticles by the sonofragmentation of high‐aspect‐ratio 1D substrates.
Magnetically steerable, acid-resistant micromotors are developed that can be fabricated by electrostatic attraction between magnetite nanoparticles and gold microrods at pH ≈ 4.