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Polymer Therapeutics Poster Prizes

Highlights from the 11th International Symposium on Polymer Therapeutics

A new near-infrared responsive drug carrier for imaging-guided chemotherapy

A promising multifunctional nanocarrier for opto-acoustic imaging-guided chemotherapy or phtotothermal therapy is presented.

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Researchers Propose New Route for Programmable Infrared Optics

UC Santa Barbara researchers Prasad Iyer and Prof. Jon Schuller propose a new route, novel electrically reconfigurable metasurfaces, as an important step towards on-chip programmable optics.

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Injectable ROS-responsive hydrogels for sustained drug delivery

Researchers designed and synthesized a novel ROS-responsive thermogelling hydrogel based on methoxy poly(ethylene glycol)-poly(L-methionine) diblock copolymers.

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Synthetic polymer meshes offer great potential to translate IPSCs

A patient-derived stem cell source offers great potential for individual-tailored cell therapies and regenerative medicine.

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A solution for low loss, three-dimensional structures at optical frequencies

Sheng Liu, Igal Brener, Mike Sinclair and other co-workers from Sandia National Laboratories demonstrated both two-dimensional and multilayer (3D) dielectric metamaterials made from III-V semiconductors (elements from groups III and V on the periodic table) using a monolithic fabrication process.

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Protein cages for drug delivery

Researchers linked a polymeric transfection reagent into a hollow protein nanocage for drug delivery.

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Combination of immunotherapy and nanotechnology for improved cancer treatment

Researchers have proposed a new idea to deliver anti-cancer drugs to tumor sites by combining immunotherapy and nanoparticles.

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Paper-based Surfaces with Extreme Wettabilities for Novel Microfluidic Devices

Open channel, paper-based microfluidic devices allow for the localization, manipulation, and transport of high- and low- surface tension liquids.

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