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Biomaterials news, November 2016

size, surface charge, composition and now shape of a nanoparticle determine how easily it can slip inside a cell

New VSI on shaping the future of materials science with machine learning

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Repairing bones damaged by cancer surgery requires scaffold materials that can support tissue regeneration and suppressing tumor regrowth.

Prof. Aldo R. Boccaccini receives "Arthur L. Friedberg Ceramic Engineering Tutorial and Lecture Award 2016".

Scientists have developed new polymer-stabilized droplet carriers that can identify and encapsulate nanoparticles for transport in a cell.

Scientists have used a laser-heating technique to fabricate a new class of crystalline solid known as a rotating lattice single crystal.

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Extraction of heavy metal contaminants from soil by Arabidopsis halleri

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