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Biomaterials news, April 2020

Zinc-loaded particles might have the potential to fight breast cancer

Researchers have used polymer gels and cellulose to 3D print coral-inspired structures that can grow dense populations of microscopic algae.

biocompatible drug-carrying nanofiber that splits into tiny nanoparticles once inside the body could offer a new strategy for anticancer therapy

The coronavirus pandemic highlights the importance of testing for viruses; a simple physical procedure might make it easier, cheaper and quicker

new material for electrochemical sensing of hydrogen peroxide based on platinum dichalcogenide promises outstanding performance

‘bio’ yarn made from human cells can be braided, knitted, or woven into medical devices or scaffolds that don't elicit an immune reaction

Researchers have shown how different temperatures can be used to create different products from biohydrogels depending on their intended application.

Researchers have created a new rubber-like material based on plexiglass that could act as a replacement for human tissue in medical procedures.

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