Lynn Loo of Princeton University joins the editorial advisory board of Advanced Materials from 2013.
Therapeutic strategies for the prevention of Alzheimer’s disease have been investigated by a team from the Indian Institute of Technology at Guwahati.
The synthesis of fluorinated graphene oxide for sprayable hydrophobic and lipophobic coatings is described.
Polymeric micelles have been reviewed by a Chinese research team, who looked at their use in siRNA delivery and nanomedicine.
The formation of different ring-banded spherulites as a function of film thickness has been described by Taiwanese and Indonesian researchers.
The use of MAPLE for the deposition of macromolecular thin films has been investigated by Princeton researchers.
Polymer colloidal systems have been reviewed by a University of Nottingham research team for their use in cancer therapy.
The pursuit for novel materials with fascinating and unprecedented optical properties has continued apace in recent years by way of theoretical, experimental, and nanotechnological developments. Chiral nanomaterials represent a significant class of materials, important in developing areas of nanoplasmonics. Chiral nanostructures are usually fabricated by bottom-up (involving growth and self-assembly by chemical approaches) or top-down […]
The fabrication and properties of large-area fabrics made from ribbons, themselves made from CdSe quantum-dot nanoparticles, are discussed in new research.