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Biomaterials news, March 2021

Graphene oxide on the brain

graphene oxide can affect the response of synapses in the brain potentially leading to treatment for PTSD

Novel polymer based on marine algae

novel bio-polymer based on microalgae could offer a sustainable alternative to synthetic polymers produced from fossil fuels

DNA-based self-assembly methods can construct 3D superconducting nanostructures

nanomesh pressure sensor can monitor finger pressure without any effect on sensation

imperfections in the highly regular crystal structure of diamond could hold the key for ultrasensitive biosensing

all-natural bioinspired composite material could offer an alternative to petroleum-based structural plastics

exposure to graphene oxide can induce anaphylactic shock in small number of non-human primates

porous silica nanoparticles impregnated with nanoceria offer novel way to treat osteoporosis

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