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Biomaterials CHANGE TOPIC

Biomaterials news, January 2021

Pitcher plants create a slippery trap for insects

surface topography of the pitcher plant creates the right conditions for insects to slip into its trap

Synthetic shape-shifting collagen with potential biomedical applications

Synthetic collagen could offer controlled-release drug delivery and tissue engineering

Researchers have found that capsaicin, the compound that makes chilli peppers spicy, can enhance the efficiency and stability of perovskite solar cells.

Using DNA origami and niobium nitride, researchers have produced superconducting nanostructures for use in nanoelectronic circuits.

Biosensing platform detects Covid-19 antibodies in seconds

porous iron has great potential as a scaffold for bone repair

Biomedical metallic implants improved with 3D printing

polymer NPs can elude the immune system and cross the blood brain barrier

Self-repairing gelatin-based film that can repair itself multiple times

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