So-called “biosensors” are sensors that detect or quantify biomolecules, such as glucose, proteins, or DNA.
A recently published feature article discusses the reasons for the poor targeting efficiency via polymeric micelles, and the approaches that have been explored to tackle this problem.
Biofunctionalized native spider silk fibers can be used in a wide spectrum of biomedical and biotechnological applications.
A new special issue in the Journal of Applied Polymer Science is dedicated to the life and work of Richard P. Wool.
Researchers describe a size-controlled hydrogel nanowire based on poly(vinylpyrrolidone) and N,N’-methylenebis(acrylamide).
Macromolecular Reaction Engineering presents recent trends in industrial polymer production, guest-edited by Alain Durand and Sebastian Engell
Researchers report on the preparation of a dual-emissive dendrimer with tunable aggregate and solution state emission.
A prototype theranostic device based on thermally triggered release of a fluorescent antibiotic from polymer coated porous silicon films is developed.
Jiun-Tai Chen and his team at NCTU in Taiwan developed a novel method to fabricate three-dimensional block copolymer nanostructures.
Predictions from atomistic molecular dynamics simulations are compared with empirical measurements.