Macromolecular Materials and Engineering has published a new special issue on functional nanofibers, guest-edited by Il-Doo Kim.
NC State researchers create develop an elastic material that is embedded with aligned, nanoscale needles.
Dr Gilberto Brambilla and Professor Sir David Payne announce creation of the new material – the strongest and lightest yet made.
Leading experts have reported on the industrial upscaling of electrospinning and applications of polymer nanofibers.
Electrically spun cloth with nanometer-sized fibers can dissolve to release drugs, providing a platform for cheap, discrete and reversible protection.
A research team have loaded microgels onto a nanofiber scaffold to combat bacterial infection during tissue regeneration procedures.
Kunio Kimura et al. at Okayama University make needles, spheres & nanofibre networks by changing the copolymerisation conditions of rigid aromatic polymers.