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Biomaterials news, January 2016

Cell-free protein synthesis for on-demand therapeutic proteins.

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Polymer fibers of the right size and shape could help regrowing nerve cells repair tissue damage after injury

US scientists have developed a new platform to rapidly screen formulations for current gene-editing systems.

Monolayers of hollow carbon spheres can make a novel, low-cost, ultra-lightweight antireflective coating for microwave radiation.

By encasing a hydrogen-producing enzyme within a viral protein shell, scientists have developed a novel fuel cell catalyst.

A new type of synthetic bone graft can boost the body’s own ability to regenerate bone tissue and could produce better outcomes for patients.

Scientists have developed a new process that can produce silica compounds from the hulls left over from processing rice.

Skin-like polymeric material uses carbon nanotubes to bring a sense of touch to robotic and prosthetic devices.

Modeling shows hybrid material that responds to different stimuli.

Encasing sunscreen active ingredient inside sticky polymer nanoparticles stops penetration into the skin.

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