A. Paul et al. describe the various types of bioengineered materials and matrices, which in combination with stem cells, have shown promise in supporting the revival of injured cardiac tissues.
Alex Palma-Cando and Ullrich Scherf discuss the synthesis, properties, and applications of electrochemically generated thin films of microporous polymer networks.
Chinese scientists present an advanced modeling approach that will help to promote lab-scale research to industrial applications
Researchers from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have created soft polymer materials capable of thermoelectric energy generation.
A special issue in Macromolecular Rapid Communications presents selected highlights in the exciting field of ionic liquid-based polymers.
Anisotropic conductive films can be produced by shear flow that induces the self-assembly of conductive fillers (like carbon nanotubes, graphene or inexpensive carbon black) into parallel stripes in a polymer matrix.
Nanogels were developed as magnetic capturing devices for circulating tumor cells and applied in the magnetic separation of human cancer cells from a mixed cell suspension.
Researchers synthesized a copolymer scaffold from Polycaprolactone (PCL) and poly-D, L-lactic acid (PDLLA) for potential breast tissue engineering.
The advisory board of Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics provides you with a selection of the best papers published in the journal in 2016.
Scientists from Canada and Slovakia present an improved mechanistic description of acrylamide polymerization under industrially-relevant conditions