Progress on the development of polyampholyte polymers for use in biomedical applications is reviewed.
Researchers from The University of Melbourne have developed a novel and efficient route to build nanoscale cross-linked films on surfaces.
Steve Dunn, Queen Mary University of London, and James R. Durrant, Imperial College London, discuss their latest work on photovoltaic devices.
Atomic force microscopy was used to image and characterize the gradient composition in single molecular bottlebrushes.
Fumed silica nanoparticles are functionalised to have ‘tethering’ proteins and link bioactive groups to induce biomimicry.
Macromolecular Reaction Engineering has published two special issues on the science and technology of adhesive materials and bio-inspired adhesives, guest-edited by Hadi Izadi and Alexander Penlidis.
A novel approach is presented for making polymer nanoparticles that can release dual osteogenic growth factors while adhering to Ti surfaces.