There are many economic, environmental and production benefits related to using light as a trigger for processes.
Adhesives and glues are essential in a wide range of applications in modern life, from buildings to vehicles, and mobile devices to biomedical applications.
Ion-gels have possible applications in organic electronics due to their favorable electronic characteristics and good thermal and chemical stability.
Researchers from Germany introduce acid-triggered precipitation which facilitates the removal of surfactant fragments from nanoparticles simplifying the purification and enabling nanoparticle precipitation “on demand.”
In a new study, researchers from the Johannes Kepler University in Linz, Austria, present for the first time a synthetic route to prepare polyphosphazenes with globular, highly branched morphologies (so called “star dendritic molecular brushes”) and controlled size.
A common goal for tissue engineering has been finding a way to regenerate and repair the inflamed tissues.
Antibiotic-resistant bacteria are a challenging threat to human life, especially in healthcare institutions.
Silk, elastin and collagen are naturally occurring fibrous proteins with a tremendous potential in biomaterial systems.
In their review, Jiang and Stenzel discuss the various creative approaches in which albumin can be combined with polymers for application in drug delivery.